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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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;,1 j; VOLUME 14; NUMBER 0 .- CLEW1STOX---- FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1940 ." ,--- SUBSCRIPTION !?2.00 PER YEAR ::'j



" i. PROGRAM TO OPENj Small AnnouncesFor CONGRESSMEN FIGHT Minor Sprains Result 11 MINER IS ELECTED


Re-election From Auto Wreck

j j NEW HIGH SCHOOL NEW SUGAR QUOTA I NEW CHAIRMAN OF

Announcement is made this week
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith and

j a BUILDING ON FRIDAY by Dennis Small that he will be a PLAN 'COMMITTEE' baby and Mrs. Sam Young and 'GLADES FIRE BOARDAt
candidate' for re-election to the of- children were treated for cuts and

i fice of Assessor of Taxes for Hendry bruises! Monday evening after the

3 1, Finishing touches are being. put county in the Democratic pri- Representative J. Hardin Peter- Ford V-8: sedan in which they were a called meeting of the Everglades -

f on the new high school building maries in. May. son declared yesterday that he returning to Clewiston from Bells I I Fire Control Board In Fort
Mr. Small Is serving his first su'gar. Glade overturned near Bare Beach.
\ would oppose any quota bill Lauderdale
: this week and the formal opening Wednesday Charles E.
term in office, having been electedin Mr. Smith was driving and said
. which failed to give 'Florida alone Miner Clewiston
member of the
.;j of the building is planned for next 1936. He is well 'known. throughout an increase of about 170,000 tons he was blinded by 'lights to the board, was elected chairman to fill

.., Friday night at 7:45 o'clock when out county. and Representative Pat Cannon extent that he'went too far out the vacancy caused by the resigna-.

.: ',. '"i the school children will present a I Mr. Small moved to LaBelle 17 labeled as "ridiculous" legislation on the shoulder of the road and tion of R. Boe of Moore Haven

.' program, a guest speaker will years ago and has lived there announced by Chairman Cummin the car whipped over as he at- which was handed I in the first' of
be heard and the entire
probably ever since. In making his an- of Colorado of the committee for tempted to cut back onto the high- the month.Mr. .
building will be thrown, open for
nouncement he said "If re-elected, drafting new production control way. The group had been attend-
.. public, inspection, according to the Miner has been most active
ing church services in Belle Glade
I promise to conduct the affairs of legislation which the committee had
statement of C. E. Miner, local In affairs of the board since his
and
the wreck occurred
their
the office in the same fair, impar- tentatively agreed upon. This bill on
school board member this morn- "appointment as member and his
return home about 9:00.
tial and efficient manner I have provided for an increase of 260-
ing. knowledge of conditions in the
None of the injuries were seri-
strived to do in the past. 000 tons for mainland producers.;
.'.' An original play, written by ous. 'glades and familiarity with fire-
Cummins said that the plan was
fighting methods made him the
Miss Alice Steinholtz and directed
r. 131 Garments Sent only a "working basis" for the
logical choice of the board for the
by Miss Steinholtz and Robert Lado
; Health Unit Is
1-
.
. committee and did not have unan-
," chairmanship. .
will be the feature of the opening
; imous approval. Quota increase
Red Cross ToEurope's
'i 41'? program and efforts are being made By The board gave its approval toa
under the plan would be gained by Established With
" to secure an interesting speaker for $30,000 fire control project, cost
", taking 200,000 tons from Cuba and
', RefugeesA ,
the 'occasion. of which will be shared by the
: I
.. 60,000 tons from the Phillipines. Office in LaBelleThe
,As an added entertainment feature state and federal government.C. .
.y -
Peterson estimated that, under the
: Kay Davis, project director
the Clewiston
of the evening
A ; box destinedfor
, of 131 garments present system of quota divisions
: will the for the United States departmentof
: asketball teams play
: war refugees in Europe was among the mainland producers new health unit for Hendry "
' Haven local commerce soil conservation ser-
; Moore teams on the shipped Friday by the Clewiston Florida would get only 11,000 or county was placed in operation last
vice outlined the project which calls
court at nine o'clock. of the American Red Cross. tons in LaBelle
Chapter 12,000 increase from the plan. Thursday with officeson
for a new canal from 26-Mile bend
r1 : Contractor Paul Bussey, who announced All of these garments were made Peterson states that'' his choiceis the third floor of the court-
eastward to connect the North New
several weeks ago that by volunteers, under the supervisionof to do away with the quota system house. The personnel consists of
and canals while
Pompano ,
> : the building would be ready by Mrs. ,F. Deane Duff, production altogether and failing that he would Dr. C. W. Pease, health officer, MissE. river
another dike would extend in a
." : ', February 15, next Thursday, said chairman. demand a fair quota for the Ever- V. McCloud, nurse, George A
direction from
' southerly there to
'" :. this week said that the building Included in the box were 4 men's glades. Warren, sanitary officer and Robert run water over mucklands as a
1 :. should be entirely completed by Taylor, clerk.
sweaters with sleeves, 10 knitted fire preventive. The state will
; that time. Dr. Pease plans to spend three
mufflers, each 2 yards long, 9 spend $3,000 per month for five
,' This hardwood floors days a week in Hendry county for
week
are convalescent robes, 16 hospital bed
JOE CATO INJURED months to match the federal allot-
. i i -, being sanded and waxed, electrical shirts, 9 woman's dresses, 6 junior the beginning after which he will ment for the work.

t ,. fixtures put in, and plastering and dresses, 9 little girls' dresses, 12 ; be here two days. This will prob- The board heard W. M. Stafford,

':f'y !, tile floors in the rest rooms being boys shirts, 18 baby kimonas, 14 NEGRO KILLED IN ably be the first of the week. The chief warden, report that 208 fires

i' > .1 completed. The auditorium is complete baby gertrudes, and 24 diapers. office will be open daily Monday had burned over some 600,000 acres

xt; :'f except for the installation of The total cost of materials, pat- through Friday from 9 a. ,m. to 5 of mucklands. He said the pres-

" : '" seats and the stage curtains have terns, and express On shipment was FIGHT IN VILLAGEA p. m. and Saturday 9 to 12. Dr. ent frozen grass situation consti-

. J"ro beeen hung during this week by $40.41, an average of 31 cents per Pease will divide his!' time with tutes added fire hazard and it was

: Mrs., M. M. Prewitt: garment. The carton was shippedon Highlands county but Miss McCloud his recommendation, concurred in ,

.' .',: R. W. Turk, school principal, Feb. 2nd and weighed 58 pounds. negro cane field worker, Jessie will serve full time in Hendry.The by the board, that state equipment

stated that first classes will be Mrs. Duff was assisted by Mrs. W. Williams, about thirty years of age service is primarily educa- be made available for property

held in the new building on Monday M. Bradnack and Mrs. O. C. Landon, is dead and Joe Cato, labor fore- tional, Dr. 'Pease said, intended to owners seeking to erect fire guards.

": ." '::' ,i,:,,', morning, February 19. He who did all of the cutting and man at the Bare Beach plantationis prevent illness particularly communicable

t.':?;, ,, ':"bas ,not yet announced,--just"%how organizing. .Rev, .Kent Pendleton. ,. in the /" Clewiston Emergency and preventive diseases. IncludedIn
;;::' the students will be divided be- who packed the finished garmentsfor Hospital being: ., 'treated ..-for-...two This will be accomplished_ largely; Vegetables

}>',. tween the two buildings., shipping, Mrs. 'H. J. B. Scharn- bullet wo'unds'as the result of a through the school to the homes

';V: berg, who donated 61 ,yards of fight', the village shortly before and by establishing such sanitary Crop Insurance Bill

muslin, and the following ladies, !seven o'clock this morning. measures as may be necessary.The .
f( Dave Alston Will who did the sewing and knitting: Cato's wounds were not believedto service Is intended largelyfor Representative

Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Olin be serious but 'X-rays were those not able to go to a L. Stewart,

Not Be Candidate Carleton, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. planned this afternoon to determinethe physician for advice.Dr. dispatched a telegram to Senator
1 :'if' Clude Pepper in Washington last
.:t ':, Fred Curry, Mrs. G. R. Hatch, Mrs. extent of the two injuries. One Pease plans to hold clinicsin
,
week asking the senator to include
"j :=f Dave Alston, who has served Mason, Mrs. B.' C. Flaniken, Mrs. bullet went through his wrist, the schools in the near future,

', .!J \ this district at first as school board G. T. Augur, Mrs. F. C. Hessie, I probably shattering at least one and the unit will concentrate chieflyon vegetables in a proposed citrus crop
bill which he
insurance was reported -
' ..,. member and then as county com- Mrs. F. M.. Barbee,' Mrs. J. W. of the bones and the other appeared health for children in schools as preparing after the freeze
'
missioner for the past ten years, Ezelle, Mrs. Joe Robbins, Mrs. I. to have entered his left side, and hookworm prevention and cure
the first of last week.In .
stated this week that he wished D. Leydig, Mrs. R. W. Rogers, struck a rib and glanced to come are the two' major controls. Other
reply to this telegram Monday -
a
public announcement to be made Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. W. C. I out at the left of the breastbone.Had phases of county health service will
stated that he"had
Senator Pepper
" of the fact that he would not be Owen, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. H. the bullet failed to hit the be entered' lnto and developed as
made public
announce-
already
: a candidate for re-election as coun- J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. B.' J. 'Schroeder rib it 'is thought probable that it the work progresses in this section.
that he working a
} ment was on
?' ty commissioner and would not be Mrs. J. Grady Niblack, Mrs. would have struck his heart.,
insurance bill to cover vege-
crop
Y. ; a candidate for a'ny other office. M. J. Hirsch, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Cato said that according to his Dr. Schiffli SpeakerAt table growers. This bill, he said,

I "Furthermore", said Mr. Alston Mrs. H. V. Briant, Mrs. W. W. usual custom he went to the bunk- would be more difficult to frame

., 'j ":. "I am taking no active interest, Perry, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Kent house to awaken the negroes in Kiwanis MeetingA because of the many more problems

'. ; in the candidacy of any other person Pendleton, Mrs. Wm. H. Lanier, time to get their breakfast and involved in reaching practical

' l for county office and will devote Mrs. W. 'P. Vaughn, jr., Mrs. R. Y. get to the fields on time. Whon and effective method of arriving

l my full time, to my drug business Patterson, Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Williams left the bunkhouse he most interesting talk way it: actual damage but he' was workIng -

:'i! which I have neglected many Mrs. H: A. Bestor, Mrs. Tom Hurst, spoke a few words to him in ti given Wednesday evening at the : on it as rapidly as possible in

- times to attend to county affairs." Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. P. C. Tarle- friendly manner and intimated that regular meting of the Kiwanis Clubby order to get it introduced at the_

Mr. Alston, during his past two ton, Mrs. N. Van Mumford, Mrs.A. he was not feeling too much like I Dr. O. F. Schiffli on the subject. earliest possible moment. : -

1-' terms on the county board, has O. Ward, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, working but when told that all' Public Health.Dr. Last week the Senator requestedthe

served as chairman of the board Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn, Mrs. M. W. hands were needed he said he'd .'o''i Schiffli gave a resume of county' agent to send in reports ,

i1' and has given freely of his time to Bigg, Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mrs. J. and get breakfast and be ready in'i': the work done, by the U. S. Public of damage to crops and promised "

- work in behalf of the district and M. Fullwood, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt a few minutes. I Health Service 'and by the State immediate aid to farmers who had/

of the county. and Mrs. W. T. Wheeles. At about( a quarter to seven tl'e'' Board of Health but paid more lost crops and farm labor thrownout

foreman went back to check the attention to the work being done of' employment by the freeze.

; : houses and call the men to work locally and in the schools. Many applications for' the Federal

:, :. i .- Maddox To Run Boy Scouts Observe and discovered that the door rf He described time various clinics' Security Administration grants

I' the house in which William was which are now made possible for which were ,made available latern

: j For Sheriffs Office 30th Anniversary boarding was closed. 'He tapped on I checking up on communicable diseases *- : the week have been made in

1 "' the door with the walking stick he and the serums which are this and adjoining counties and

1-,' carried and Williams came to the provided to combat these diseasesto WPA certification is again being
County Judge W. T. Maddox this The Clewiston Boy-Scouts, in cele- door, and said, "wait a minute the extent ,that many of the : started to, take care of more of

; week announces his candidacy for bration of the thirtieth anniversaryof until I can, wash my teeth". Cato most dangerous of these have been' this labor on WPA projects..
-T' ," the office of sheriff, subject to the the organization, gave a program said he told him that he did not almost entirely wiped out. In this I

.'] "., May Democratic primaries. last night in the high school audi- need to wait, and an argument en- regard he spoke of the battle Will Not

Judge Maddox is well known over torium 'which was well attended by sued. Suddenly the negro pounced against the dread poliomyelitis County

"r' the county, having been a resident parents of the scouts and friendsof upon him, wrested the stick from Infantile paralysis which now made

, i' for 15 years. He is a native of the troop.Featured his grasp and began hitting him the disease curable without permanent Take Part In Fair

.' ,', .j Hardee county and has been a on the program was a with it. One hard lick on the injury in some' cases and

: prominent farmer in the Felda demonstration of Scouting activities head sent the foreman to the grounl isolation of cases had preventedthe For the first time in many years

-( area since moving, to this section. including first aid work and signal- and as the negro prepared to jumpon spread of the disease. He said Hendry county "will not have a

.' < In seeking the office of Sheriff : ling and a quiz on the flag. The impressive him in this position he pulledhis that one case had been found in collective exhibit at the Southwest
I
",}.f Judge Maddox promises fair and ; candlelight investiture .32 automatic pistol from, his Clewiston but every precaution was Florida Fair in Fort Myers, the-
service was given for two taken at once and there were no
impartial law-enforcement for the new pocket to try and stop him. The board of county commissioners hav-
,'1 Scouts, Richard Hanna and Harold further cases.
entire 'county.Registration. negroInstead grabbed the gun and ing' agreed this week that the
,J Cannon. Songs were sung and the two foughtfor possession, the In closing Dr. Schiffli describedthe losses sustained in the recent freeze

? Books games enjoyed until the beginningof (Continued On Page 10) new county health unit 'which is makes an exhibit impossible.This .
a nation wide broadcast by Presi- operated, by the State Board of will not affect Individual

k Now dent Roosevelt to the Boy Scoutsof GLADES ROAD 'VOHKBIDS Health in conjunction with the exhibits and it is probable that
Open Here the nation. and the board of coun-
A radio had been ARE OPENED government many will enter for prizes in .baking -
set up In order that this broadcast commissioners.. The county is canning fancy needle work:,
; Registration might be heard. Tallahassee, Feb. C-R.. B. Taylor now provided with a. State Board
books for the Clew- poultry, stock, etc.
iston precinct Tickets for the program were of Louisville, Ky, and the J. D. of Health doctor who devotes half
are now in the hands
of Parker' T. Wilson, deputy regis- distributed by the three patrols, Manley Construction Company of of his time to work In the county, UFO 'OFFICIAL VISITOR AT INN:

tration officer, at Alston's and a prize was given to the group Leesburg submitted low bids today a full time nurse and a half time
+ Store. Drug which received the most tickets of for two construction' projects on sanitarian. Hendry County is cooperating Mr and Mrs. Emil Schramm of .

j. their group back at the door. The State Road 26 in Palm Beach I with Highlands County in Washington, D. C. were the' guests
who I I
Any are eligible to, vote, Alligator patrol, Sherwood Hall, County. I this unit. of Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Moran at
i: / / and are not registered, may register leader won this contest.Mr. The work covers reshaping This health unit will deal r the Clewiston Inn Thursday.

at the drug store any time be- the existing rock fill into a base cipally with cases in homes Mr. .Schramm is head of the

tween now and March 4th. After and Mrs. J. L. Edgerton of 22 feet wide, and application of a finances do not permit proper priU//drainage and irrigation division of

March 4th the books will be returned Atlanta are spending a' >few days surface treatment. The bids to- cal care and in a fight the_Reconstruction Finance Corpora-
1 to LaBelle. '
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CARGO-Somewhere along the Western front French mechanicsand

armorers a squadron of bombers for a raid on German CHI( CASSORTED HEAVIES $O9O
prepare TAKES PLANNING TO PRODUCE, MEATLESS MEALS la'NUrlpplesl No Culls! -Sr.rioo
territory. In the foreground is a cart-load of lethal "eggs most terrible See'' Recipes Below. We Guarantee Live .Delivery. W Pay Pottagi.
of modern warfare. (In the first five months of western tear ATLAS CHICK CO.. St. Louis. MOo
weapon
LentIt with butter and sprinkle with
Favorite Foods in pa-
there civilian bombings).
were no
prika. Bake in a moderate oven ORDER YOUR CHICKS EARLY for
takes bit of planning to pro- January and February
a ((350 delivery and we
degrees Fahrenheit) for will Include 10
the approx or more extra chicks per
duce meatless meals that please
imately 20 minutes. 100. Write at once for detailed informa-
family because we're so accustomedto tion. MILFORD IIATCIIERY Rockdale.
SXis. M $r3\ y t the meal that's built around sub- Tuna Fish Scallop. Rid., Pikesville F. O.

\ stantial roasts, or chops, or steaks.. (Serves 6)

''I But fish, eggs, milk, cheese, beans, I1h cups milk As Our Convictions
peas and nuts, are excellent proteinor ? 3 cups soft bread crumbs
body-building foods that shouldbe Vz teaspoon onion salt

substituted now and then for 1 tablespoon prepared mustard Reputation is in no man's keep-

meat. Their uses are many and Vz teaspoon salt ing. You and I cannot determine

with judicious planning they add in- 2 cups tuna fish (flaked) what other men shall think and

terest and. variety to meals. 3 hard-cooked eggs (sliced) say about us. We can only determine -

Fish and eggs occupy an impor- /2 cup cracker crumbs (buttered) what they ought to thinkof

tant place in meatless meals; less Scald '''milk, remove from flame, us and say about us, and we
?n } commonly used, but inexpensive and and soak crumbs in it for 15 min- can only do this by acting squarely -

good, are cheese, nuts, peas and utes. Add season- up to our ctions.-Holland.

: beans. ', ings. Add tuna ,
:
: Cheese is a concentrated food fish. Arrange this

which gives good returns for the Cl ,. a mixture in layersin How To RelieveBronchitis

money spent on it; because it is an a buttered baking -
excellent body-building food and is o 4. dish, alternat-

5I, rich in mineral salts, and becauseits ing with the sliced hardcookedeggs.
flavor combines well with that of Top with the buttered cracker '

other foods, it should be more widely crumbs. Bake in a moderately hot
LOADED-Bomb bay of one plane shown being loaded with deadly Bronchitis acute or chronic, Is an
used.. A little cheese goes a long oven (400 degrees Fahrenheit) for Inflammatory condition of the mu-
missives. They are placed in nose-up and straighten up after they'redropped way when combined with cereal 20 to 25 minutes. cous membranes lining the bronchial

since most weight is in the fore part of the shell. products such as rice or macaroni. Baked tubes. Creomulsion goes right to the
Tapioca Cheese.
seat of the trouble to loosen germ
Nuts are apt to be considered a 1 pint milk laden phlegm,increase secretion and
mere accompaniment to a meal, or 1 egg (well beaten) aid nature to soothe and heal raw
tender, Inflamed bronchial
something to be nibbled on "be- mucous
; 3 tablespoons quick-cooking tapioca membranes.Tell
your druggist to sell
tween meals, but wisely used teaspoon salt you a bottle of Creomulsion the
they're an acceptable substitute for % teaspoon paprika understanding that you are to like
meat. 1 tablespoon prepared mustard the way it quickly allays the coughor
you are to have your money back.
Vegetable plates are popular for
1 cup American cheese (grated)
meatless meals. Where they include CREOMULSIONforCoug:1S
Mix all ingredients in order given. -
beans which
peas or or eggs ( mightbe
Place in : Chest Colds Bronchitis
casserole
hard cooked, sliced and creamed) baking and ,
V f'Ct bake in moderate
oven (350 degrees
s they provide a satisfying and "balanced" -
Fahrenheit) approximately 15 minutes -
meal. Banana Scallops are until mixture Strong Through Suffering
-or thickens. Stir
an unusual addition to a vegetable
occasionally while Know how sublime it is
dinner-hearty and delicious and baking. Serve on a thing
r hot buttered toast. to suffer and be strong.-Long-
to
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fellow.
Lenten Feast. Swiss Eggs.
(Serves 6) r
Mix together 8 cups soft bread ;
crumbs, Vz cup fat (melted), 1 teaspoon -. %" pound sharp cheese 'Wlll//J FIRST THOUGHT AT
2 tablespoons butter .,
TAKEOFF grim man on a grim job is this French warplane pilot C\. salt, Vi tea. te cup coffee creamy THE FIRST WARNINGst

shown at his controls. He must guide the.ship. directly over the military /c" spoon pepper, 2 \ teaspoon salt OF COLDS'ACHES OR
objective, while &:j tablespoons onion Dash = INORGANIC PAINS1.Joseph
cayenne pepper
(minced), 1 tea-
1 teaspoon prepared mustard
spoon poultry sea-
6 eggs (beaten slightly)
soning, 4 eggs I\ ASPIRINOut
::1 (slightly beaten). Sliver the cheese and spread even- '

--:... V cup milk and ly over bottom of a shallow buttered
; 1 cup peanuts baking dish. Dot of Nothing
(chopped). Pack with butter. Mix '
Skill to do. comes of nothing.-
into a well-greased ring mold and I. together the '. Emerson.
bake in a moderately hot oven (375 cream, salt, pep- I, ",
degrees) for about.30 minutes. per, and mustard J \
Baked and pour one half tS KNOWN FROM COAST TO COAST-NEXT TIME BUY

12 slices bread Eggs. of over this the mixture cheese. KENT7::nr*.:EE"BLADES::: 1 100 ,

., ? '\ cup butter '\ CUPPLES COMPANY ST. LOUIS MISSOURI i
y rti S.n 6 eggs Beat and eggs add.slightly Last- J ii i

Salt, pepper, paprikaCut of all, add the remaining -
crusts from whole slices of half of the cream' mixture. \ | DEVELOPED

bread and spread six of the slices Bake in a moderate oven ((325 degrees + l FilMS I and' PRINTED!
with butter which has been thor-. '
Fahrenheit) approximately 25- ANY SIZE ROLL. 6 OR 8
oughly creamed using a small biscuit 30 minutes, or until eggs are set, .\ PRINTS-POSTAGE EXPOSURES-HIGH GLOSS PAID
n3aRELEASEOne cutter, cut the center from the but not dry. SKYLAHD STUDIOS
six unbuttered slices. Butter these
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and place one centerless slice on ASHEVILLE.N.C.WNU .
of the crew pulls the levers to send his deadly eggs each of the buttered whole slices of This is the season for pipinghot ...

hurtling through space. This job calls for maximum precision, allowing .'bread. Break an egg in the center, soups thick, substantial -7 e-40Today's
for speed of flight, wind, altitude and other factors.DESCENT and place on baking sheet. Sprinkle cream soups and chowders to
with salt, pepper and paprika, and "take the chill out of one's

aI bake in a slow oven (325 degrees bones," and serve as the main- Doan's Pills popularityof after I I
Fahrenheit) until the eggs are set. stay of a noonday meal; or many years of world-

Serve at ,once. steaming, perfectly seasoned, I be wide Accepted use, surely as evidence must

Rice au Gratin. clear soups to serve as' an appe- .}of satisfactory use.
tizer before a hearty dinner. And favorable publicopinion
that
Part I.-1 cup rice supports
Watch for this column next of the able physicians
3 quarts water who test the valueofDoan's
week. In it you'll find some of
1 teaspoon salt under exactinglaboratory :
Eleanor Howe's own tested reci- conditions. w I
Wash rice and drop into boiling pes for soups that are bound to These physicians too, approve every word I
of advertising read the. objective of I
you
r salted water. Boil rapidlyuncov
'be family favorites.
which is only to recommend Doan's Pills
ered) until rice is tender. Drain as a good diuretic treatment for disorderof
and place in a buttered baking dish. the kidney function and for relief of
the pain and worry it causes.
Cover with Cream Sauce. If more people were aware of how the
Cream Sauce. Better Baking. kidneys must constantly remove waste
This practical, usable booklet by that cannot stay in the blood without injury -
Part II.-3 tablespoons to health there would be better understanding -
butter Eleanor Howe is, just as the name of why the whole body suffers
2 tablespoons flour indicates, a guide to "better bak- when kidneys lag, and diuretic medica-
V& cups milk (scalded) tion would be more' often employed.
You'll find in it hints howto
ing. on Burning, scanty or too frequent urina-
Vt teaspoon paprika '- improve your technique, and a tion sometimes warn of disturbed kidney
J/i teaspoon salt function. You may suffer napping! backache
wealth of reliable tested recipes- persistent,headache, attacks of dizziness -
Dash of pepper recipes for delicious breads and getting up nights, swelling, puffiness -
lk cup cheese (grated) cakes and cookies, and for the flaky all played under out.the eyes-feel weak, nervous,

2 teaspoons prepared mustard tempting pies your families love. Use Doan's PiIt is better to rely on

Melt butter and add flour. Mix To get your copy of "Better Bak- a\ medicine than that on something has won world-wide less favorably acclaim -

thoroughly and add milk. Cook, ing" now, just send 10 cents in cointo

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SUNDAY g ANOTHER \ on Various Subjects I .'::

Common ColdBy Lesson -,r "
One pound of loaf sugar is suf- ."

'.> ficient for serving 25 persons. By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. The Questions The Answers .:
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
t *. Chicago 1. Can you give three words, 1. Record, produce, minute. ,
DR. JAMES W. BARTON (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) having two pronunciations each, )
,:: Chewing gum can be removed 2. The cheetah, the gazelle ;
., from washable material by soften- YOU may be one of those the meanings of which change with and the race horse 'are the three

:: ing the gum with egg white, then who always seem Lesson for February 11 the pronunciations? fastest animals on foot. _
/ 2. Which are thethree fastest ,':.j
'-, washing. when thereis 3. Part of horse's harness. '
.- to have a cold. Even animals on foot? a :.

no cold or dampness in the Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected 3. What is a martingale: song- 4. Identical, unlike, and Siamese. -

Look over dahlia bulbs stored air, your head Council and of Religious copyrighted Education by International: used by bird, part of a horse's harness, 5. Male figures, used as supports -;
for the winter. If they seem
away permission. or a flowering shrub?" in architecture, are called carya- ,

dry or shriveled sprinkle them feels "stuffy, TODAY'SHEALTH 4. What kinds of twins are there?,I tids, female figures are ,called at- ,:

with water. your nose runs, THE, PERILS OF REJECTING 5. What are the male and fe- lantes. .-
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and there.is a con- CHRIST male architectural figures called? 6. The passenger pigeon became
? White sauce for boiled potatoes, What three birds have be- extinct
,,'. stant "dropping" COLUMN'into 6. in the 1885s, the Labrador '
I cauliflower, carrots and asparagus' back of throat. LESSON TEXT-Matthew 21:28-43. ,come extinct in the United States duck in the 1840s, and the great y

J! can be dressed up by a liberal GOLDEN TEXT-I am the way.the truth,' '.in the last 100 years? auk in the 1840s.HOWSEW, .
? ,'r!: sprinkling of paprika. It is now known that while in- and the life; : no man cometh unto the Father,
but by me.-John 14:6.
'-.,..t fection from others is a frequentcause

; Flower Quilt You'll of colds, it.is allergy or Fearlessly facing crucifixion within

sensitiveness to various sub- a few days, Jesus stood in the By

Point to With Pride 'stances that often causes the temple, there facing His bitter ene- RUTH WYETH
mies and replying to their attacksin SPEARS
usual symptoms we call the
words such as no man ever

1 1I "head" cold."Allergy spake. He brought them face to

I of the respiratorytract face with the very essence of sin, i. 3Yz'LIGHT Kaleidoscope, 'and the Whirlwind.The .

which is the rejection of Christ. third, is the Ann Rutledge,
1 (nose, throat, bronchial Their own words' condemned them, which Mrs. Spears sketched froman

1J y tubes and lungs) may go un- but when they should have repented, PLANT original in the Rutledge Tav-

J diagnosed (not recognized) they became embittered and hard. ern at New Salem, Ill, where Abe _

.1j I.1I because th9 characteristic ened in their sin. Let no one who Lincoln boarded, and where 'he

j symptoms of hay fever or asthmaare reads this follow their example.I. 1 courted the proprietor's 'daughter,

1 not present. Yet allergy alone Actions Speak Louder Than according to the romantic legendso .

j may 'produce chronic obstruction of Words (vv. 28-32). i \ PIECE SQUARES familiar to movie goers. It is
All church members who have G unusual variation of
the nose without sneezing and repeated OF TRIANGLES :' an the Nine-

,._ i attacks of a running and come into that relationship by patch, and rich with historical
'.-I spoken words of JOIN SQUARES IN STRIPS g' background. For set of three
. smoothly accept com-
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' >i1 stuffy nose, due not to infection but TO FACE CURTAIN EDGES
'::t ..: : to allergy, called "colds" or sinus ance and devotion to Christ which plete patterns, send 10 cents in

... '. infection. Allergy then have not been lived out in the aB' 'e e coin to Mrs. Spears, Drawer 1Q,

alone may cause daily walk, may see themselves pictured Bedford Hills, New York.

persistent sore in the son who courteouslyand T"O YOU remember this old-

throat and glibly assured his father that '* '' Miniature
stuffy fashioned Saw Tooth quilt pat- ArmyA
he could depend him and then
that have noth- on ,
ears tern? It has been used for the
to do with in- promptly went his own way. They
ing border of many a handsome quilt.It .
military in Paris hasp
will see that they need to repent museum
flammation infection
or is so effective and so simpleto
collection of 19,000 dolls. Eachis
and substitute real heartmovingand
of the mouth, piece that it should serve more
.. life-changing action for their about two and a half inches
ears, nose or throat. decorative Here it trims
" f: words, lest the harlots and publicanspass purposes. tall, and clad in period uniform.
alone
Allergy, can kitchen curtains of unbleached
The uniforms and
them and into heaven before weapons are
go '
cause all the,
symp- muslin. It surprises one a littleto
perfect replicas of those used in
them. Professing church
;':.: toms and signs of mem- see how modern it looks. Cuta
' I Pattern No. 6525 j ber without any evidence of God's the Napoleonic wars. The whole
acute or chronic in- piece of stiff in a perfect
paper army of 19,000 was made by one
in life turn to Him
t\ ; QUILTMAKING'S fascinating- Dr. Barton fection of the nose, power your square and then cut diagonally man-an Alsatian soldier who
.:' the pieces throat and chest." now! through the center. One half will
under and
fought Napoleon
spent
Note the word of
.j J.t. form lovely flower blocks-printed I am quoting Drs. George Pines encouragementto make your triangle pattern. The the 'rest of his life making mini-

:.' materials set off these flowers ef- and Hyman Miller, Los Angeles, in repentant sinners. Perhaps some- size suggested in the sketch ature soldiers.
,. the Journal of the American Medi- one who reads this paragraph has at
: fectively. Make this handsome makes a very striking border. If
time Christ and has
quilt. It will brighten up any bed- cal Association. some rejected a very strong, bright color is used
since thought that he could not turn
J.:: I, room. Pattern 6525 contains the Allergy Causes Inflammation.In for the plain triangles, a narrower
1' back that it too late for him
was
; Block Chart; carefully drawn'pat border in this design will also
addition to causing the same to do the thing which his heart
: <. tern pieces; color schemes; directions make a good showing.
signs and symptoms' as infection, tells him to do even though his lips
for quilt yardage chart; illustration *
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allergy can cause so much irrita- have spoken unkind words of rejec-

.t.' of quilt. tion and inflammation of the lining tion. Friend, consider the one who NOTE: Mrs. Spears has pre- THROAT
To obtain this send 15
pattern of,the nose and throat that the help- said, "I will not," but who did his pared for our readers a set of Got a cold? Every swallow :
; : cents coins to The Sewing
.N: ( in full organisms, always present, can- father's will. Come to the Saviournow three Quilt Block Patterns from seem to scratch your throat ,
,l Circle, Household Arts Dept., 259 till it's rough and ? .
raw ;:
not off the her favorite American designs
fight harmful organismsand will find Him to Early -
ready
; you ''
W. 14th St.,.New York, N. Y. Get a box of Luden's. Let :j"
j ,
so infection occurs. receive you. Included in the set is the Luden's special ingredients .
;
2 ': Please write your name, address -
;:''J What does this mean? It means II. Selfish Unbelief Results in with cooling menthol help ""
,1 and pattern number plainly. I
bring quick relief from
you
that in those who seem to "always
Christ-Rejection (vv.3341.
itchy, touchy, "sandpaper
,j have a cold," the usual tests for This parable clearly relates to the Specs for Dogs throat! : i:.. .:

i allergy should be given by their Israelites who had rejected the *

'1 physician or a specialist in allergy prophets sent to 'them by God and Some dogs need spectacles, and LUDEN'S 5

t because it is hardly worth while to who were now about to kill His they are now being provided for Menthol Cough DropsMark

,:.., ._ :; QUICOUB YOUR CHILD WITH SUPER-) use "cold" vaccines or other pre-I Son. The heartbreaking story of Is- short-sighted canines. The glassesare
'>t'.' ;,0'>,0v :-'',, MEDICATED PENETRO. LET IT G T ventive measures against c rael's unbelief and rejection of secured to the dog's collar

: flN ITS GOOD WORK. FASTER.* being allergic to various substancesis Christ and the judgment which has and kept in place by a rubber band of PrudenceDo
J \ not only of the under the not trust all but trust
r: BECAUSE CONTAINS2T03 causing some been upon them all the years since passing jaws. men,

5 TIMES MORE MEDICATION symptoms but making it "easy" for then, is not something over whichwe To test the dog's eyes, a bone men of worth; the former courseis

j infections to get a start. should gloat, but rather some- covered with fat is used. For silly, the latter a mark of pru-

THAN ANY OTHER SALVE, e thing which should move us to tears some days the dog is allowed to dence.-Democritus.

'1 SOLD NATIONALLY FOR and prayer for our Jewish friends.: lick the bone clean, until he be-
COLDS'MUSCULARACBES? Mucous Colitis accustomed to it. Then
After all, are we any better than comes
AND NASAL MISERIES. the bone is scrubbed until all
they? Are not the appalling ma- WEARY DESPONDENT
-''. '," ", [USE SUPER-MEDICATED Due to NervousnessI jority of Gentiles walking in that traces of fat are removed, and it

.: .-f ,. : same road of selfish unbelief which is then suspended at a distance of GIRLS| Crying spells irritable
"
SPEAK often of mucous colitis nerves due to functional ,
15 feet from the animal. If he
leads inevitably to the rejection of "monthly" should find
pain
.) >:: because it is probably the com- Christ? sees it, he makes for it, for in his a"woman's friend"Lydia E.Pink-
monest abdominal ailment for which ham's Vegetable Compound. Try ill
mind the bone is associated with
No self-
man or woman can go on
..; ; : .',. Worthless Book physicians are consulted. The'out- ishly taking the benefits of God, us- tasty fat. If he does not, the test- Lydia E.P. kh am'vrCETABLE S COMPOUND
\ <: ;: If time is precious, no book that standing symptoms are more or less ing them for self advantage or comfort er knows that it is beyond his ,
will not pain or distress in abdomen, diar-
improve by repeated vision and it
turning a deaf ear to the criesof brings nearer, until -
: reading deserves to be read at all. rhoea mostly but sometimes spas- God's messengers, and hope to finally the dog's range is known, Deeds as Words

J -Carl le. tic constipation, gas, and considerable have any ultimate result other than and glasses the exact strength can Let deeds correspond with
'a. mucous comes in the stool. be words:;Plautus.
; Christ-rejection. It is high time that prescribed.
The persistent diarrhoea, the colicky -
thoughtless people who perhaps haveno
or spastic pains and the mucusin
CONSTIPATED? deliberate intention to be wickedor
the stool makes the patient be- i fj.d' }'
to turn Christ should awak- [ NEW/
away, PRIZE CONTEST :: { ,
,1 Here Is Amazing Relief of lieve that there is something wrong r :r .ti."-r.
Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels with her bowel-that it is probably er. to the fact that they are doing *; ;, ,;.);'1 , Customers .i": t:1: :s::{.
just that by their manner of living. For Our ;. ;;
1 7 w thhlle all laxatives badly inflamed and later develop '
) you -
OhiiaJ. may
;. _,'I.l fJ act alike just try this into III. Rejection of Christ Does Not t: : l : PROLIFIC
These
& patients do ,
!j:: 'I *"''''''':- aU vegetable laxatlv cancer. CASH' F
So mUd. thorough, Dependable die Defeat God (vv. 42, 43). $2000 .. .! ,;, CORN
refreshing invigorating. not of this condition and if they ...", ,t.r. < 11.
)
relief from eick headaches, bilious spells At first glance one wonders why '
:; 1-:
;-'ir..,r.
tired when can learn a real philosophy of life it ;<"'. :.-'
feeling associated
with constipation.WrHinnt -
get a 25c (NR from your often Christ at this point turned so abruptly 10,000 .... ...;..4 'a. IMPROVED. STRAINS
UIUIUUI Risk druggist.Make the test-then passes away.In.speaking from the figure of the vineyard to ADDITIONAL I JPRIZES; ; :;' ':YOUR. ,:OlD FAVORITES
. U not delighted, return the box to U& ye will of mucous colitis Dr. r/ '6' ; / ';:" '; '
of the "The :
that
cornerstone. rea- *i
refund the purchase [fl' ..
Walter Alvarez, Mayo clinic pointsout .
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price. That' He leaves for the !
fair. s son why a moment x. '
Get NR Tablets today that there is really no "inflam- image of the vineyard, is becauseof NOW '
Y
mation" of the colon (large intes- its inadequacy to set forth one. \t
tine) as colitis implies and that if : .
important of the truth which
)' Good Order patients really knew this they wouldbe was needful part to make the moral com- i "::;W: Is the Time to Buq \ ;,'o.Il
less alarmed and be free
Good order is the foundation of more of plete, namely this, that the maliceof I
their 'I
; all good things. symptoms. the Pharisees should not defeat

Avoid Excitement. the purpose of God-that the Son .

"If a patient with a sensitive colonis should yet be the heir-that not

s lN uu ever to be really helped, she must merely vengeance should .be taken, r,1IJ.1

be made to realize that she has a but that He should take it. Now 4 ,,.I.:ij

peculiar nervous system which will this is distinctly set, forth by the rejected 0\'"
--oun GARDEN
.1 "Cap-Brush"Applicator= cause her discomfort off and on, stone becoming the head of ftw FOR YOUR SPRING i
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JUST A makes"BUCRLEAFIO" for the the corner, on which the builders <-"
perhaps rest of her days.It ::>
ii>
;; YOUR
DASH IN FEATHERS.. CO MUCK FARTHER stumbled and fell and brokenon i ; SEND TODAY FOR iIf
. ::1- will cause the bowel (colon) to were $j EI'f. ;:"-
:1.J. QRi P R E A D)ipN; ftpQSJSV get sore whenever she gets excitedor which they were now already "",').{: ',,,',' FREE &i''Jf:

. .' upset nervously or when she is stumbling and falling, and which, if J. &:;. :$if,;

',";:j very tired or when she is coming they set themselves against it to the : 1f 1940 GARDEN GUIDE CATALOG ,,
end would fall them and crush
,
>- down with a cold or perhaps when upon i' -
:!!,' GOOD AT I+ she gets badly constipated or takes and destroy them utterly" (Trench). .::tffK.A} POST CARD REQUEST BRINGS IT BY RETURN MAIL -'f.If.. b1'?.t4d

DaUa too laxatives or when she God was not defeated by the crucifixion w };;. ..:.
many
'f.W
Tolesua '
'llt'4'j a FULL CONTEST DETAILS .,
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eats some particular food to which of Christ. Christ will not fee : "

tsoTTte t e' she is sensitive (allergic). defeated simply because men reject IN CATALOG .'HEWA
r..dS 1 Him in the world. We who are on NEW _11.'ii" 't.1i.'
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"If the woman has good sense she ." ,., ,'
Z1.o His side, we who are the followersof FLOWERS o' ::. i: *"5" :;:, ,,'. } : 1:1i-n:: "" VEGETABLES
will see then that she must not keep .-\', ':: : ': '
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the Lord are on the victoriousside. .f::; f. : ff.1., :
60! hunting for a complete cure, but 1 Y'
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Those who oppose Him and

1 itutgs .= lessedRe ie,2 must bowel settle avoiding down as to far live as with she her speak ill of His name may appearto H.G.c11' lam' Co. .

can be victors for the moment, but ;/'Ii GA.
ATLANTA
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The Clewiston News us to give a perfect delineation of they'd' have to do Fs just changethe men in the legislature. That may

the true daughter ot-the Old Sout i. name and they'd save a whole be right but remember a man may

In Rhett's own words Melanie was helluv lot of costly composition.And be a howling success in one parti-

Published every Friday in Clewlston. the finest person we've ever known. the unfortunate part of it cular line of business and when
Florida. by tho CLEWISTON NEWS. The excellent portrayal of Scarlett's is a lot of folks read these platforms you yank him out of that and slam s o

Inc mother and father were very note- or listen to the promisesand him headlong into some other kind

worthy. The Tarleton twins were pledge these candidates make that he doesn't know anything 1,
KEATHLET BOWDEN Editor splendid and we regretted their from the stump and actually BE- about; nine chances out of ten he He would give dignityto

early demise feeling that they LIEVE that' when the guy thumpshis turns out to be a total loss The the gubernatorial "office

Entered as second class mall matter would have been fun. chest and shouts "Elect me thing we need in government today and be an impressive rep-
February 1, 1927 at tho Post Office In Five Georgia women I ,said attended your Governor and I'll do so and above everything else is good
resentative of Florida in
Clewiston Florida under the Act oT I
March 3, 1897.Sultncriptlon. in a body and none of them such", that, he really CAN and old fashioned horse-sense.
national affairs. Lakeland
were Clark Gable fans when they I I WILL do as he, says. Personally I'd rather be rep- -

entered the show, but they were But friends they WON'T be- resented in the legislature by a guy Ledger.
Rate E2 00 Per Year.
Rhett Butler fans when they emerged. -I cause they CAN'T. A Governormay Continued
( on page five) 1
Advertising RAtes On Application. If he had only given Scarlettone be for Economy, he may be

more good slap on the cheek .for Old Age Pensions, he may be J
we would all have been happier. for Labor and a thousand other
Devoted to the advancement and welfare -
of Clewiston ,and Hendry County. Rhett was as perfect a characteriz- things, but there is darn little he A and
B
ation as Scarlett. can do about it if the Legislature Bowling Alleys

As to those who have not yet happens to disagree with him. Of ANDSandwich
You're getting a little old-fash "Gone", we understand the showis I course he can plead with them and

ioned in Clewiston if you haven't being held over for five days beginning '. exercise his veto like Fred did but '

seen "Gone With The Wind". from Thursday Feb. 8th at. even that won't help him if the _, Shop

10, in the Palace Theatre West Legislature should happen to get

The Russians captured a few Palm Beach and another five days up on its ear and override him. BROILED HAMBURGERSBOWL

Finn pill-boxes and made the headlines will give a lot more of us an opportunity Why if the average gubernatorial
to -see. it, or maybe some candidate could do half the thingshe FOR HEALTH'S SAKE
Man bites
again. dog.
promises to do, there just wouldn't -
of us to see it again! A few Clew-
have it be any need of sendin' a lot of And When Hungry Eat
Elliott says father should not iston-ites already seen to a Hamburger
senators and representatives
ask for a third term. Didn't father twice. candi- _.. ._ ._ _.. .
Tallahassee. Now while -
teach him long ago that children Now you few who are indifferent : a --, .. -- _-- ; :.- .-.: :. .- : ".-_ ." .-,:- --'
date may talk like Santa Claus

should be seen and not heard? you fine. are It will missing be a something long time before really i I I just between you and me it's the (..:..:..rr: .-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::.:..:..:..:..:. r
Legislature that really wears the :
The bowling tourney is under- "Gone With The Wind" is excelled. I ?
white whiskers and they are the y
way and from the sounds issuing Personally, we don't like the idea of :I y
its being cut a bit for we don't I boys you'd better write your letters
from the alleys Monday night is a ; NOT FROZEN :
"howling" success. see what 'could have been omitted. j I to when you want something in Y ,
And don't forget
stocking.
The cocktail lounge at the Inn your _
I that the Governor whoever he
Secretary Wallace must be rather is groving even more popular than I :
: I happens to be, will have to hang : FULL OF FLAVOR :;:
put out because the freeze cut was expected when it was openeda I
his little stocking just like the
up
short the cane crop before he had few weeks ago. Perhaps this is

an opportunity to do so. due to its very attractive furnish-I rest You of folks us. can go ahead and get l_; Small but very sweet and juicy :r.

ings (did you know they were } .

It will be a distinct relief to planned and executed solely by our I about all mesmerized this Governor's and race flamdoodled if you :.:f.. Temple Oranges and Seedless Grapefruit .*_: I_
everyone that the new school build- talented Bob Coker) ? and perhapsthe -
want to, but if take ad- s
you my' :
ing will soon be ready for usa. pleasant and efficient Irene Hill- : from
I vice' you'll do your free thinkin'and :+_ our grove ..
The formal opening is Friday night stone has ,something to do with it. .i.y
deep cognitatin' on the problemof .. .y.
and non'e will want to miss the The room is beautiful and unusual. :
first in the fine build- The political season is us. electin' a few bang-up senators y
program new upon
and representatives. They are the :i: $1.00 Bushel
ing. And while FDR may be toying with I a :;:
that hold the hand.
the idea of a third 'term, Dave Als- boys whip .:. .;.
Accordin' to the rules we're play
The Fort Myers News-Press re- ton knows his own mind alreadyand ...' \ Y.
in' under it's the "AYE'S"in .:. 0 d.
now
fers to the quarrel between Secre- like Calvin Coolidge he says r +
the legislature and not the "I'S" + ..
tary Ickes and the Florida cattle- "I Do Not Choose To Run". That ..
on the stump that really count and .:.
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men over killing ticky deer in the eliminates any guess-work on any- -4 ,
better be darn what kindof
Indian Reservation as "The New body's part and should settle that you sure

Seminole War". The two main matter once and for all. "Aye's" the senator or representative l 1.1
from. your section are apt PHONE 66 HOPKINS'BLDG.. _;
combatants are, referred to as Big Candidates who stop in at the tl -
to be makin' when they get to ::: ::
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Chief Ticky Ickes and Dipping Bull Clewiston bar to do a little poli-
Tallahassee. The time to find out
Knapp. ticking find themselves on the other
The
end of the fence as' genial Tommy 'em about there.this is BEFORE you send i:: Beardsley Farms =:

passes out his own campaign card.It v
Now hear a lot of loose talk h y
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Candidate TOMMY for MURRAY Dog Catcher ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-+:..:..:.,:..:..:.:..:..:.


RAMBLINGSf.- Plutocratic Primaries in May 1 ..... '-. _""''''',", -,
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All the column's talk of Leap I


havings afternoon Year and its weddings effect entirely for unexpectedly lo! must Saturday be Too To Classify I'I F! / rI f2/


the linotyper who transforms these By RUSSELL KAY i I

typewritten metal from words which into your the paper lines of is I I I ........................................................-.-......................................tI'-r.,; I '

printed took unto himself a wife. .1
The influence of the printed word, And while these scientists are

\ kind readers is a fearful and humped over their test tubes they .
wonderful thing: Advertisers' please might try and see if they can't I r
note. discover what it is that makes folks I

who are otherwise cane and normal
Clewiston this week is divided
suddenly break out with a RASH
into three camps: those who have
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announcement and then start to
"Gone with the wind"; those who
stagger around beggin' people to
the going and the small minority
support 'em. ,
who seem indifferent to the storm
I see some of the papers are"still
of the movie world which is sweeping talkin'
about the' Governor'sRACE.

the country.In Well it may have been a : I II

case you are interested here race a while back but now' it: looks

are the reactions of the particular more like a stampede or an epi- <

group of Georgia crackers with demic. And when that wild herd

whom I attended the show: The really gets going boy what .a lot

picture was beautiful beyond description of dust they'll throw, in our eyes. 7
; it was too short for After readin' over most of the "{:% ,Jv.

there wasn't time to grasp fully all platforms dished out by the vari-

the painstaking details which went ous candidates, I've come to the
into the making of the film. Vivian
conclusion that a lot of newspaper I
Leigh was a perfect Scarlett mak- boys have been wastin' their time I

ing the movie version of that char- settin the darn things over and 4 STAR FOR STYLING STAR FOe PERFORMANCE )j. STAR FOR VALUE
actor
even more despicable than over again., What they ought to -
the written version. Olivia: De- do is just take any one of 'em fr. ,, ,t.-

Haviland' brought out all the mark it "Stet" and leave it lyin'on e Feast your eyes I 1qP Just touch -If,5q See your Chevfgv -

courageous strength in the frail the stone by the masthead and EA on the smoothflowing Chevrolet's Exclusive rolet dealer and learn

Melanie's character and seemed to as additional hopefuls announce all I lines and contours of Vacuum-Power Shift and how very little it will cost
f >1 the hidden
{" power cylinder '
to own a new Chevrolet for 40
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this Chevrolet for
best-selling '
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80% of the shifting

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Styling. Note that it's the steering column gear-
.. do. the "star for ,,value" because"Chevrolet's
longest of all lowest-priced a it can Stepson the
NOTICE throttle and see how Chevrolet FIRST Again!"
.cars, measuring 181 inches
out-accelerates and out-climbs
from front of grille to of 8S-H.P. VALVE-IN-HEAD SIXfi59
rear all other low-priced cars. .

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : body. Yes, eye it and con- Relax as you enjoy "The Ride Michigan AND UP, at. Transportation Flint.-

vince yourself that it's the"star Royal"t-the smoothest, basedonrailrates.state .

I will not be a candidate for reelectionas :for st'ling"-the outstanding safest, steadiest ride known. and local tales (if
Yes, try it and then you'll any), optional h I
county commissioner or for any other beauty and /luxury leader know that Chevrolet's the equipment and j

among all cars In its price accessories-extra. I
political office.In "star for performance" amongall Prices subject to change without I
range! economy cars! notice. A General Motors Value.Clewiston .

my ten years as a public official of \tOn Special De Luxe and Matter De Luxe Series.

this county I have tried to serve my district I

and my county faithfully. But at. yi

this time my drug business forces llct:: o o A !
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give up any thought I might have of II

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:J School Students grettable to note, Frank said-1, that I .NEWELL URGES STRONG day run.There -I and Glades counties for 16 years-12

; accidents caused by motorists running EFFORT FOR RECOVERY will two matinees dailyat 1 of them in LaBelle.. I ,hold a life .

1 Sponsor Programs into trains are not limited to FROM RECENT FREEZE ten a. m. and' 2.30 p. .m. and first graduate grade state certificate certificate, and and am a life a

any one section of the state. Miami I college graduate
} no reserved scats for matinees except I with the degree of
,
.\ ;To Raise Funds Tampa, Jacksonville' and other partsof Nature has just dealt Florida on Sunday. All seats for the i I Bachelor If elected of Science as your In superintendent Education. ?.'

the state are represented in the night performances are reserved. II I promise a conscientious, faithful
agriculture
one of the severest blowsin
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reports. The most regrettable partis Matinee performances' will I i and efficient administration. ,
be 75
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its history. Not the worst blow, will appreciate your vote and
,'i Clewiston High School will, during that in each accident the cars perhaps; for there were devastating cents and $1.10 and night $1.10 !j I support. %

.It ?:!, the next week, sponsor several were loaded with passengers, and and $1.65. i I
freezes at the end of the last ii NELL H. JACKMAN. 4
the majority of the accidents occurred ii i
and athletic events for
programs century: and early in the present
the purpose of raising money to be during the daylight hours. I century. But the freeze, that came i
Frank stated 'that in his opinion FOR RENT-Two sleeping rooms!
i placed in a general school fund for COUNTY '
during the past fortnight was bad: pun COMMISSIOISERDISTRICT
many of these accidents were I Phone 76. F. L. Williamson. tf. I
the purchase of needed items for It practically wiped out growing I 1

r' the school it was stated today by I. caused by drivers keeping their vegetable crops; it. wrought havoc
car windows closed during the cold I wish to announce that I am a
Principal R. W. Turk. with a fine, juicy citrus crop; and candidate for county commissioner, ':
the off will weather and were unable to hear PAID District I, subject to the .
Starting programs I it caused losses in cattle and other May Democratic -
the trains' warning whistles, and primaries.I .
be the two basketball tonight '
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games stock. r have been
a resident of Clewis-
between the Boca Grande and he urged all motorists to observethe POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS ton for eleven years and feel that

Clewiston teams. On Monday night law which requires all com- Before the freeze, .golden, juice- my long experience as a resident 'Y.property .
: mercial vehicles trucks buses and heavy fruit hung from the trees; owner and business man in
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there will be two more basketball I the district will help me in representing -
after the freeze the color of the
with private cars to come to a full stop it on the county board.
the Pahokee boys and
games before, crossing railroad tracks. If fruit was the same, but the fruit If .elected, I will give: the district -
girls teams. the best service of which I am
this law is observed, he said, this was frozen and, comparatively, of capable. .

,/''. Tuesday morning at ten o'clockA. type of accident will be eliminatedas little value. That's the story of FOR SHERIFFI I will appreciate ,your vote and ,
W. Dittman, national police instructor support.
trains cannot leave the tracksto many a grove during the recent

has been secured to makea hit the automobiles. freeze. wish to announce myself a can- G. E. ETHERTONThis' ,
talk in the school auditorium to didate for re-election to the officeof
Actual extent of the damage, done Sheriff of Hendry county, subjectto
which the public will be urged to
I by the cold cannot be definitely de- the Democratic primaries in May.
come. His subject will be, "Crime WPA Workers. To I am making this race solely on my
termined for two or three weeks
record of law enforcement and fair
Does Not Pay". Dittman is well
yet, for it takes that long for in- dealings to all and' I assure the peo
;. .t qualified to make this talk being Again Be Certified I II pIe of Hendry county that the poli-
Jury to trees to show up. It is cies of this office' will not change. pace Reserved
I ; an ex-gangster and his life is said
.. hoped that the trees were hardenedby Your vote and support will be appreciated -
to have been threatened times I i .
many
I
the gradual cool weather which
- ,,. by hoodlums for his fearless ex- Jacksonville, Fla., February 3 prevailed before the sub-freezing H., L. DELANEY for -.

.. pose of their methods and manner- (Special)-Resumption of certifia-
temperatures came along.
.' I isms. He has lectured to more cation for WPA work relief will begin -

, than a thousand police departments ; in 'Hendry county, on FebruaryS ; That millions of dollars worth of FOR TAX COLLECTORI R. N. MILLER

'" and countless schools over the according to announcement todayof damage was done to citrus and

'I' country: and Prof. Turk states that I Miss Hester M. Graham, directorof other crops is certain.At wish to announce myself a candidate ,

,, this time, when many mightbe for the office cf Tax Collector,
; : he was able to bring him here only I State Welfare District No.8,
., inclined to'bemoan their losses Hendry county subject to the Demo-
- because he happened to be passing with headquarters at Fort Myers, cratic primaries} in May.I .
through Clewiston at that time I Florida. a statement by Dr. Wilmon Newell, i am now completing 'my second ;11
for at the University term : school board member cf ,
y and agreed to stop to make the Due to the limited number of provost agriculture as' FOR SHERIFFI '
I Felda and Denaud district an officeI ,
+; address. Admission of twenty-five social workers available, applica- of Florida, seems particular- have tried to fill conscientiouslyand -
appropriate and pertinent He faithfully. hereby announce myself a candidate I. ;:;'Ii'
9 cents will be charged.On tions from those desiring WPA em- '
My qualifications include high for the office of Sheriff of Hendry .;,:
Wednesday ,night the movie playment will be received at the said.: "Florida agriculture has come school and college training and county, subject to the Democratic '

shown in the school auditorium and old bank building in Labelle be- I back before when it suffered set- several years. spent doing commercial I primaries I will appreciate to be held your in. May.vote and ,.;.::,'

the from tween the hours of 9 and 12 o' backs as severe as the one we have bookkeeping.If '.
I proceeds _the picture wiK elected, I promise the people a support.
'; go into the special fund. The film clock every Thursday morning. Also, just experienced. And it will come careful, efficient administration.Your W. T. MADDOX. ;-.: '
8:30 back again. The Winter is not yet vote and support will be
"Explorers of the World" will be applications will be taken from >

is not so, much educational as en- to: 11:30 o'clock in the morningson ended, but we hope that we will appreciated.

': ".,: tertaining and an evening of clean the second and fourth Fridays not have a repetition of the weatherwe MRS. HOMER TAYLOR. FOR ASSESSOR OF TAXES
"' :' wholesome enjoyment is promised I of the month, at the City Hall in have been through, recently."A I I hereby announce myself a candidate ;

::\' for less than the cost of a regular Clewiston. great deal of damage has been FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTI for re-election to the office of .:j
'
" ',:, movie. In addition to the feature I Only persons who have not pre- done, and to rebuild and repair is Assessor Florida subject of Taxes to Hendry the Democratic County : ;

, ,< picture there will be several a great task which faces us. But wish to announce to the voters of primaries in ,May 1940. '
\t. ,:. : short viously been certified for work relief : Hendry county that I am 'a candi- If re-elected I promise to conduct i//
;;" h': '::.: subjects, including "LaughingMonkeys" will be certified at this time we must not waste time and energy date for the office of county super- the affairs of the office in the same .:"
" : Intendent of public instruction in the and ....
Fair Impartial Efficient ,
over things of the past that could manner '
by the State Welfare Board the .
a May Democratic primaries.I I have strived to do in the past. ;
' :\,. A magazine congest, now under- WPA having arranged through its not be helped: We must get to have lived in Hendry county most Your vote and support will bo ,
.
-', way and closing next. Friday, will own social work staff to recertify work immediately to make readjustments of principal my life in: schools have been of Hendry teacher,. and Lee greatly DENNIS appreciated.SMALL. .:.i 3!

,, : also bring in some money into the those who have been dropped from plans, and a start toward I :i

-. school fund. the rolls. recovery. Past history has "

Mr. Turk points out that the demonstrated the spirit and determination ,
}, WPA certification was discontinued ._. ... :
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school has never had of our farmers and ;:(" !"""
a general
by the State Welfare Board in ,,
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: ft school fund from which to buy growers when they experienced ad ;t.; :
June of last year as an economy > "
;:; : new library books, or other special I versity. We know that this spirit t;; .. Special
I measure, so that such funds as were ; .'i'
..::':: items needed and at the same time and determination still prevails and I FREE I: Attraction ..
available could be used in the pay-
it will teach the students we have no doubt about Florida
he feels, I
I ment of Old Age Assistance. Aid '.
to earn their own, way. If the'results agriculture making a comeback as Zacchini .
to the Blind and Aid to Dependent I t
are satisfactory plans will be quickly as human 'reso'rcefulness J
Children. At that time approxi- 1
: made for more of these lectures and energy can accomplish it. Let No u Bros.
mately 25,000 persons had been .
and special entertainments. us dismiss the recent trying experience \ t '
certified to the WPA for whom no t a'dmi&sioncharge Human
and get quickly to the big

',,\: Florida .;Free Fair jobs had been provided. task ahead of us." ; to + Cannonball

'...' Resumption of certificates 'was fear thisyear Act
made possible, according to announcement ;it
'' Starts Next Week Negro Is Given :
/ of State Welfare Commis- 5'I 1 t1' Afternoon
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sioner C. 'C. the .and Night
Codrington, by use

i;;': The Southwest Florida FREE of part of. the funds previously paid I Twenty Years On I

Fair 'will ,be held in Fort Myers as old age assistance to nearly 900
,
Florida ,next week and plans are aliens who were removed from the Manslaughter ChargeMoore Southwest Florida Free

' rolls on January 1 by a legislative
under way to make this one of
amendment to the state welfare act
: the largest Fairs in history, according ( Haven Democrat) I Feb. Fort
which prohibited the granting' of
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to C. P. Heuck, The FA I R
manager. such assistance except to citizensof Fred Curry, negro cane-cutter, .
Fair will open officially Monday the United States. was sentenced Tuesday night' by I 22 17 Myers

afternoon at 6:00 p. m. and close About 50 additional visitors have Circuit Judge George W.

Saturday night, February 17th. In hurst to term 'W'hite-I
:'. been employed over the state for a twenty year Educational Industrial and Agricultural
spite of recent cold weather, the WPA certification exclusively, the state penitentiary at Raiford following ,

; exhibitors in charge of County and present welfare staff, already reduced his conviction ,in'' ; circuit Exposition featuring products of Charlotte,

;,; Community exhibits advise that in numbers, having no time for court that day, the jury r returning I Collier, Glades, Hendry and Lee counties

-1, their booths will have an ample the additional work. a verdict of manslaughter. '

;; supply of fruits and vegetables as The intake office at Moore Haven Curry was charged' with the I Tuesday, Feb. 13-Children Day

;.s,' in the past. Children's Day will be for! WPA certification will be located murder of his wife Sweetie Curry .

held on Tuesday, February 13th, : at Court House. or Sweetie Goodman and this was' Poultry exhibit, showing all types

' -1, and all shows and rides on the Midway his second trial. The first resultedin Exhibit of Southwest Florida's finest livestock

i will be reduced to 5c for that a hung jury at the last ''term of Special Grandstand Acts, featuring Zacchini Bros.. ,
Too Late To ClassifyContinued court and State Attorney Clyde afternoon and night

: day.One of the outstanding performances I Wilson uncovered new evidence on I Crescent Amusement Co. rides and shows on the Midway

( From Page 5)) which to base the second trial. I
'1 will be held in conjunction C. P. HEUCK, Secretary-Manager
The 'negro has been held in the I
,1 with the Fair each afternoon and
.. :. night. The Zacchini Bros. will who knew something about law then county jail here since January of -. ,_._

i by one who didn't, for, after all,
/ furnish the entire performance. 1939 when his wife's body, badly
t
These families are all show men the legislature is a lawmakingbody. decomposed, ,vas found less than i
.
and they will present one of the I'll grant you that a lot of hundred feet from the old Clewis

a lawyers get themselves so messedup ton road and not much further than
finest attractions ever seen at the HgMES IN Hls'fORY .
with legal language that be- FgMOUS
that east of the point' where that .
: ; local Fair. Their feature act is
fore they get through they don't
road the railroad near
crosses
the human cannon ball in which two know I
""" what they're talkin' about Benbow Plantation. The negro
brothers shot simultaneously
are and nobody else does until the couple lived at the Gramling Camp,
I
from a huge cannon traveling some
Supreme Court strokes Its manly southeast of the point where the
T' 150 feet in the air. This was a I.t I.
.' chin and makes a wild guess. body was found, about a half mile

feature act with Ringling Bros. Nevertheless, I still contend that a away. The woman disappeared a- _,A-
Circus for a number of years and '
little knowledge of basic law is a _
: bout a week: before the body was
c the Southwest Florida Fair is
pretty good thing for a member of
found and the husband was im-
>i: fortunate in being -able to present
the
legislature to have in his kit mediately suspected, of the murder r
this 'act to 'the public. of tools when he takes office. But after the finding of the body and '
1
No admission charge will be made the important thing. is to get a taken into custody by Sheriff J.

this year and everyone is admitted chap who can think straight, shoot J. Wiggins. ,

', FREE to the front gate throughout square, and is sincere in his effortsto State Attorney Wilson and his Tkt zyonreo

the week. It is anticipated that an serve not only the people of, his assistant, Sumter Leitner had chargeof -

overflowing crowd will visit the own section, but the state as a the prosecution and J. M. Couse "HOME, SWEET HOMEm

Southwest Florida Fair next week. whole, a fellow who can listen to was the county-appointed attorneyfor IThis OWN\ S

the lobby crowd and at the' same the defense. Yt
the home of John
\, Crossing Accidents time keep his eye on the ball and The jury consisted of the follow- was s
not let Howard Payne author of one HOME
: anybody push him aroundor ing members: J. B. Dix, Glen ,

Are On IncreaseS lead him by the nose.I Strickland, E. J. Lanier, Fred Van of America's best loved songs

'.:. know that findin such a man De Velde, W. C.. Blair, Reuben Dees,

I J, Is a big order, but if youwant I.. B. Platt, Geo. Prescott, 'J..;:C. Let us help you achieve the security

S :'. Tampa, Feb. 9-FNS-During better government now's the timeto Swindall, W. B. Norton,' Arthur K.:

..;,': the month of January four people really start thinkin' about it. Brown ,and Charles Close. and comfort of a home of your own

I ",:;" were killed, thirty-two injured and Look over the field of, candidatesand .

.;' eighty-four involved in train and weigh each man as to his qualifications. GWTW TO SHOW AT
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motor vehicle accidents in Florida, If none of them meets WEST PALM BEACH ,

Asher Frank, director of the Florida the high standard. you have set, get Clewiston Federal
Savingsand
Safety Council, reported to- with ,your neighbors and friends "Gone With_ The Wind", which I I
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and draft a man who does, and then
day.In. ended a run Wednesday at the
reading over the reports of ELECT HIM. Theatre
Paramount in Palm Beach I Loan Associationf'
accidents furnished by the I '
such ,,opened yesterday at the Palace inWest'

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Large Increase Is hien line I meets with disfavor. candidacy for Circuit Judge with ing at 7:30 p. m. \

And did something wrong. The "No. 1 bill" provides that Secretary of State R. A. Gray, Auxiliaries meet 'Monday .as
the Secretary of Agriculture shall ..'.w." .
Seen In Loans By passed Wednesday night of last usual.
The Finns caught them in retreat I determine the amount of sugar consumed I week with neither of the judges of Womans Missionary Union will

Insured AssociationsWashington And beat them very bad during the preceding year this circuit opposed for reelection.The have monthly business and' social ..
So, for the Russian 'soldiers and estimate ...
consumption for the two judges, George W. at the church Tuesday 3:30 p.:-'m.
The war is very sad. current: year. From this figure, Whitehurst of Fort Myers and W. Midweek services" 'Wednesday,

Feb. 9-A total of all available domestic supplies T. Harrison of Bradenton, will hold teachers, and officers meeting at
5,098 home loans amounting to I Though Finland may lose this great would be deducted and whateverIs "the office for an additional six 7:30,' prayer meeting 8 p. m. "
made in 1939 by war left over imported from foreign
$16,775,806were year term. The ,judges are'nomi- The work of placing stucco on
the insured savings and loan asso- Through sheer force of numbers,' countries. nated in a regular party primary the church is well under way.

ciations in Florida, making it a Russia will pay very dearly This bill, as with "No. 2 bill", I and the appointment ismade by the Everyone is enthusiastic over the

banner year for home financing in For their many mistakes and carries a price safeguard provision.The Governor. prospect of having the outside of
announced today blunders. "No. 2 bill" provides a
the state, it was our church completed as this will
by Nugent Fallon, general manager system of quotas, which would be add to the attractiveness of the
of the Federal Savings and Loan Everyone likes democracy, increased at the rate of five per HOME ORCHARD DRIVE church plant. -

Insurance Corporation.These Long may it stand, cent annually. In 1940 the quotas ,. "The Lord has done great thingsfor
figures compare ,with 3,085 Give a cheer for democracyAnd would be as follows' Domestic beet us where of "
Madison, Fla.-Fifty Madison we are glad.
loans valued at '$11,155,147 in 1938. one for the brave Finnish: 1,750,000 tons; domestic cane, 580-
families ordered total of
county a
At the close of business December land.McKee 000 tons; Puerto Rico, 800,000 I
$184 worth of stock in the
30, 1939, insured associations in tons; Hawaii, 940.000.tons. Virgin nursery PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
recent home orchard drive directedby '
the state, which now number 48, Islands, 11,000 tons., / South Clewiston :
Jungle Gardens Miss Bennie F. Wilder, home f
had total home mortgage loans on Whether the quota or unrestricted demonstration agent.
their books amounting to $43,893- there Is Services Every Sunday: -,
plan is adopted, no
Fight Off Recent Freeze Sunday school at 9:45.
question as to the strength of the
570.At I Morning worship at 11 a. m.
the end of 1939. 34,393 sav- sentiment in favor of increased pro-
ers were listed by the associations* duction for domestic areas. Spokesmen ; I I rn ptllIlf( (WN lm VI illmlmlmmiIlmmllllmmml I (tll !(!( l(C !(, Young Peoples meeting, 6p. m.
24.786'a Vero Beach, Fla. Feb. 9-Usinp;; Rev. M. M. Dudley, director.
be-
have
as compared with year from domestic areas constantly 11-
three hundred and'fifty heaters and x I WITH THE I Evangelistic services, 7:30 p. m.
fore. Total savings increased from 'contended that the present
$18,677,680 to $30,178,880 in the over ten thousand gallons. of crudo quotas. benefit Cuba, at the expenseof Ii I Tuesday evening service 7:30 p.
oil botanists at McKee Junglp Churches m.
same period, or $11,501,200. Such domestic areas, including the

Garden of Vero Beach successfully of Puerto Rico Friday evening service '7:30 p.
savings are fully protected against U. S. Possession
loss up to $5,000 per saver by the fought off threatened- damage to where sugar is the 'principal crop, L dST. m.
mti 'I oom m.jl
Insurance Corporation here, a their thousands exotic tropical i and where the production was dras- m The public is cordially invited' to ,'

Federal instrumentality.Assets plants during Friday, Saturday and I tically restricted.For MARGARET'S CATHOLIC attend all services. "
Sunday nights of the recent cold I M. M. DUDLEY, pastor..
of these locally owned instance. Admiral Leahy, CHURCH
spell. A steady supply of oil was Governor to Puerto Rev. .
newly-appointed Lawrence J. Pastor
and managed thrift and homefinancing Flynn, - ------------ --
kept at hand by a fleet of local tank
which : Rico in a recent White House con-
institutions, one of trucks plying' between Vero Beach I ference declared that increased sug- Is Your Subscription Paid?
under state charter and Mass each
operates Sunday morning at
and the McKee Jungle Gardens, i is matter of life
ar production a i111111e t
47 under Federal charter, grew 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sun-
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three miles to the south, and 'a I l j and death for the Island. He
$12,803,250 in twelve months the day of the month when the time Is !
crew of guides and gardeners pointed out that, a large increasein -
total increasing from $38,811,260 10:30.
ed diligently through the WOrk-j relief appropriations for the kn Hi :
to $51,614,510. Confessions are heard every Sat-' Do you
for the
care delicate specimens Island would 'be the only alterna- f
,Insured associations in Floridaare urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30
vidual plants which were extremely 1
located in Bartow, Belle Glade, delicate were protected by single I tive.Under the present laws, Cuba'sallotment and before all the Masses. bow eaA3LtuId
Bradenton, Clearwater, Clewiston, Weekday Mass every morning a't
heaters for each plant and scattered is 2 1-2 times, as largeas bcb0 '
Coral Gables, Daytona ,Beach, De- I firing protected areas where plants Puerto Rico's. Contending against 8:00 o'clock.Devotions .

Land, Eustis, Fernandina, Fort could stand somewhat lower tem- this, many Members of Congress in honor of Our Lady'of or

Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Fort Pierce, peratures. Although a few plants have asserted that the Cuban profit Perpetual Help are conducted. buybuild

Gainesville, Hollywood, Jacksonville, showed slight discoloration when thegrip goes to Wall Street while funds Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, fol- a

Kissimee, Lake City, Lake Wales, of the cold relaxed no plants are taken out of the Federal Treasury lowed by Benediction of the Most refinance

Lake Worth, Lakeland, Leesburg, were lost and on the whole the to provide unemployment relief Blessed Sacrament. WLth

Miarianna, Miami, Miami Beach, Jungle garden showed' only ,very for those in Puerto Rico and Religious Instruction Class for Home

New Swyrna, Ocala, Orlando, Pala- slight damage from the widespread I on .the mainland who are thrownout children Saturday morning at nine ?

taka, Panama City Punta Gorda, St. freeze. The McKee Gardens are of work in order that Cuba here in Clewiston, and after Sunday ujiPlat

Petersburg, Sanford, Sarasota, continuing to attract a large number I may have such a large allotment. Mass in Pahokee.The i

Tallahassee, Tampa, Tavares, Vero of 'visitors who find the spotno I Cuba apparently, has its ,strength Mass schedule of Pahokee is

Beach, West Palm Beach Winter less attractive because of recent with the United States Department, 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the FULL DETAILS GIVEN... t
Haven, Winter Park and Pensa- temperature difficulties. I which was responsible for the recent last Sunday of the month, when I )
WITH
NO OBLIGATION
cola. Special shelters were constructed reduction in duty on Cuban Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub

in the jungle to afford protectionto sugar from $1.50 to 90 cents per lie, regardless of religious belief

the hundreds of apes ,and ton. So. that apparently the ques- is always welcome in this church. Buying a home
monkeys in the Jungle Gardens and tion as to whether American 'producers
no losses of animals were reported in continental United States BAPTIST CHURCH I of your own is I

SCHOOL NEWS. so far. One member of the large I and Pureto Rico are to ,have larger Rev. H. G. McLeroy, Pastor the finest.type

animal group at McKee Jungle Gar- quotas depends upon which is of thriftClewiston

dens who did not seem to the 'cold I strongest-the State Department or Sunday school 9:45, B. E.. Herring -
Editor _........_.. Dick Patterson '
weather was "Doc Doolittle", I the Congressional sugar bloc. supt., Federal

Assistant Editor .... Doris Hodges friendly Canadian brown bear: who I Morning worship at 11:00 a m' ,

Sports Editor----4 Dick Tarleton felt quite at home" at subfreezing CIRCUIT JUDGES ARE pastor in charge: Savings and LcanAssociation
Assistant Sports ,Editor I temperatures. I NOT TO BE OPPOSED : Training Union. 6:15 Arch Hodges ;

Louise Leiter I director. .'

Society __.._........ Marie Robbins Old Age' Assistance I The deadline, for filing notice of Evening worship period beginn-

Features and Clubs, Julia Oglesby

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Humor : Ed Von Brings $1,000 Monthly _. ._. ..._.... .. ..."..'"-.....................," ..'..u.... ....'".-...... AAAA A AA AA 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - .
Advisor ...._......._.......... Mr. Lado IN,1N-f--(:.''.:''.-r.'%'V: ,r-n----r.-ININN: if"i&4fH%*'...7VV..%f=rf...cw*V:N'":Z.-......:.".=*.>.4'.".%..-...-......%-...::--"y.-----.y..y..YYY..YY.1.................= .................................="........................:...:............:..................:............:..)
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The Old Age Assistance payroll continues .s .
SOPHOMORE CLASS PARTY v ( 2:
to constitute a sizeable economic :::: i +
Carlton Prevatt entertained the factor in the various Flori- !_ ENJO' AN :: '
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sophomore class at his home Wed- da counties, as well as affording I st. :."' :: '
nesday night with a pop corn and relief to large numbers of the I .- .. \ "" .' '!' -,: .s..s.s S:

taffy pulling party. A good time needy aged, according to figures .. .j" .', .s..s.
made public here from I :: i:: ALL ELECTRIC -:1 +..
was enjoyed by all. Those present today the I :11: : '. : : "
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state office of the'State Welfare .
were Mary Johnson, Louise Roath, I .! .s..t

and Louise Gus Hollingsworth Cantrell John, Edna Bethea Leiter,, Board.In Hendry county $911.00 was *=;: ,;. :, I-1cI\/1E ,:) ': i ,... : ::
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Hagar Lowe, Harold Ehney, Charles paid as Old Age Assistance to 84 I ..s'.:s:: :" .",:). >. :' ) ;..: '>'';.. ;,,' ....
beneficiaries during the month of '
Turner, Paul Pullen and Junior \
Waters. December, 1939, the latest official I ..s.'f.. .:...:..
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figures available. .:1121 ..1.e.
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Hendry co nty'also benefitted .
SENIOR PROGRAM .s'} .;..;.

room The scene.Senior program The first was case a court was Blind through and the Aid payment to Dependent of Aid to Chil-the ::=:f;:: Electricity is the ,modern servant; a servant t h.:i:.:.;.:

Brantley 'vs Von Mach and it was dren, public assistance categories :1:3: : takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :i::;:
to settle who stole Mr. Lado'spencil. administered by the State Welfare
Board, as well as through the dis- ::: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficient- :i::2.:

The next case was that of who tribution of surplus commoditiesand .54: Iy and economically. :v= !
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coaxed 'Old Man Winter' south, and remittances to dependents by .s..s.: ....
several senior CCC enrolees. The Board administers s
girls
sang-"Boy of IV
My Dreams." ; surplus commodity distribution : :;: One penny ,will toast, 26 crunchy slices of toast, or ::;:
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'sang J.,-D."Oh Hooker! Johnnie and Oh Noney:! as Stone their for: the and Civilian is'the Conservation enrolling agency Corps. }:_:;:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :{4:: .

sentence. Marie Robbins played a now Total approzimate disbursements 7,000,000 of the Board :;: your radio ,for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY' is ::2.:::
song on the harmonica. In per
Seniors sang their class closingthe song. year. ::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. ::::

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of AN our ACCIDENTOne basketball players, Sugar, Committee :;::;: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home ::::

Casanova Brantley the lady Offers Two Plans :.s..s.;:::: that is all .electric and mo d ern. :s..:t s:
killer, grabed the ball and dribbled
madly for the goal. While shootingfor XX .V. :
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the basket, turned :and lookedat Washington, D. C., Feb. 8Whenthe ,2H ..
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his girl friend:: in the ,stand, and. ; bi-partisan Congressional sugar ..... .yA.. s
barn! Brantley kissed committee gets to work probably .
the '
This is Ed Von Mach's .version post. of this week, on the serious businessof :i::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVxx :;_: ri

the story: proposing new sugar legislation, ix
it will have at least two concrete A

" FINNS proposals first for proposal consideration.The calls .literally J..S.:::+ ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY..s..s.+; !"

By ERIC THOMAS' AY YVfX
for unrestricted production for xx

domestic producers, including Puerto .... .21.2.
Germany jumped on Poland' Rico and other offshore. Possessions + Ay Ayh

And beat them in a night, at the expense largely of AA
Russia, went to FinlandTo A :111
Cuba. The second plan would pro- ...! .....
show Germany her might. vide for more liberal quotas and .S.... ......

less control, rather than unlimited vA I Iv
When the Russians + 1?
arrived in Fin-
production at the expense of Cuba.


The Amid land brave deep little snow Finns.and Ice attacked ted The to delegation the two committee proposals, with by were a the statementthat presen-Louisiana i Glades Power and light Co. :_f_i:


them the first plan is preferred by .(.. ....
And they all ran like mice. that delegation. They added how- .4 .+ ,

ever, that In view of the apparentsentiment : x+ ., 12.2.2
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I. The hundred sixty-third division in- some section for *"....t.... '" --- / .2.'
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Was fifteen thousand' strong," I quotas, the second"plan would be (3o.(-. ..' . >x* \O.* .Until .
attacked . . .
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY t 0, 1040 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE SEVEN! ,'r.J

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J "' Connie Clark and Hudson Tillery MRS. SCHARNBERG'S BRIDGE LolleyAnglinMiss MRS. R. C. WILSON HOSTESS '- ......

PARTY HONORS HOUSE GUEST TO EVENING BRIDGE CLUB
attended, "Gone With The WInd"in i "

r Personals J Palm Beach Saturday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg gave Alma, Mae-Anglin and Melvin Mrs. R. C.-Wilson- was hostess ?r

f and Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mary one of the prettiest parties, of the Courtland (Fr) Lolley were unitedIn Wednesday. evening to members of '- ;
season at her home Thursday after- marriage Tuesday evening at her bridge club. Miss Mae Palmer -a:
Louise Thomas and Mr. and Mrs.G. t
4 i noon, when she entertained witha 8:15 in Moore Haven, the Rev. won high score and received linen

. j' B. C. Benson made a business B. Rackstraw were among those card party complimenting her Chas. M. Brewer, pastor of the towels. :Mrs. W. H. Lanier was "

". attending the show in Palm Beach house-guest. Mrs. J. W. Castonguay, Baptist church performing the cere- second high and received a .pair of '
trip to Inverness this week. Sunday.Mr. Oak Park Ill, and Mrs. Jay W. mony at his home. pillow cases. i '

" Moran, a recent bride. A surprise Mrs.! Lolley is the daughter of The hostess served' chicken salad
Mrs. Don Carlisle
Mr. and were miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.\ Mark Emrich and coffee to Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs: '
Palm Beach and Mrs. Earl Smith moved and "
visitors in recently.
'., Moran followed the card; games. Mr. Lolley is tho son of Mr. and B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. Roy Allen}
Brooksville. I
: this week to Mr. Smiths at bridge was Mrs. R. C. Nowling Mrs.. Blanche '
.... > High score prize Mrs. J. W. Lolley and is employed ,
: _, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt were connected with U. S. Engineersand Turner Mrs.
won by Mrs. Carl Berner, who re- by the United States Sugar Corpora- Harry Turner, Mrs
," ,.- visitors in Palm Beach Saturday. moved to Clewiston several ceived a pastel tablecloth, second tion. Both young people are well Lanier and Miss Palmer. j

months from Pahokee. prize, a flower print, went to Mrs. known and liked in Clewiston and
ago COMMUNITY::
: > Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were box of CHURCH
; Sidney L. Crochet, third, a
have a host of friends to wish them ...
V visitors in Palm Beach Sunday. was won by Mrs., W. P. -
: stationery
of Jacksonville .
happiness.The
Mrs. R. P. Wainwright -
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individualpowder Worship hour 11 a. in., J. E.
of
Vaughn, jr. A package
':, ; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Crouch at- has taken a stenographic puffs went as consolationto couple was attended by Mr. Beardsley, choir director and Mrs. '

tended the show in Palm Beach position in the office of the United Mrs. G. B. Rrrclrstraw. At and Mrs. D. H. Carlisle of Clew- J. M. Doty pianist. .' _
iston. The will be delivered J.; '
sermon by
I : Wednesday. States Sugar Corporation for a few Michigan,. Mrs. O. A. Jones wona ",
I Rev. Frederick Frederickson of ,-;;1
tablecloth as high prIze; and Mrs.
.::"" weeks. GIRLS AUXILIARY DIETS Norway, who represents the American -
Glen Etherton and ,Philbert Turner Doug Royer a salt and pepper set
AT HODGES HOME:: :MONDAY: Tract Society of New Yor
'2 visitors in Palm Beach Castonguay receiveda u
were Mrs. Horace Bestor and Mrs. R. as low. Mrs. ;
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City. His theme will be "The
; Saturday.Mr. in West lovely satin slip as guest prize. '
\ Y. Patterson spent Monday Gospel.
Nev. The Junior Girls' Auxiliary'met
J Mrs. M. L. Arnold of Caliente,
Palm Beach. Bob Patterson, who at the home of Mrs. Arch Hodges Bible School convenes at 9:45a.
and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and was given a placque, Mrs. Grace
A. W. Sias were visitors in Palm accimpanied them returned1' to Patterson and Miss Abbie Metzger, Monday afternoon. Four, who were m.. B. C. Flaniken is superintendent. '

Beach Saturday.S. Gainesville.Mrs. of Emporia, Pennsylvania, received recently promoted from the Sun- '
The Christian Endeavor
b Old Spice talcum powder. Mrs. R. beams: were received as new mem- Society
meets at 7:30 p. m. Monthly. Lee
1 A. Graves, superintendent of Olin Carleton, Mrs. Willard Y. Patterson, who 'won cut prize, bers. They were Shirley Kruger,
'Pridgen is president and will also
: :<, : public instruction, LaBelle, was a Simpson, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. received handkerchiefs.After Katherine Dyess, Harriet Alston, be the program leader. I ,
" business visitor here Saturday. refreshments of decorated Carolyn Robison. Others presentwere y
: Dave Alston and Mrs. Keathley KENT PENDLETON
j' :, cakes, model ice cream and coffee Ouida Johnson, Betty Stough, -,
Mr. and Mrs. Hurd L. Reeves Bowden, attended the show in Palm were served, table bearing a large 'Mamie Trice, Joyce Phillips. Minister. iFOR

'j 1', and two daughters of Felda were Beach Monday afternoon. silver wedding bell topped by a '

; ; visitors Saturday in Clewiston. satin-dressed doll bride was placed BRIDGE LUNCHEON .

f t.'.:;.. Robert and Lloyd Kelly, of before Mrs. Moran. The bell con- HONORS BRIDE TUESDAYMrs. MODERN PLUMBING::
Sec
. ;; Mrs.. S. L. Crochet and Mrs., M. Carney, Missouri, nephews of E. E. cealed a portion of the many W. B. McCOLLUM .
E. Von Mach were visitors Wednesday beautiful gifts which were showered Malcolm W. Bigg, and Mrs. and \
Kelly, arrived Sunday for an extended Plumbing Heating .. ,
C. L. Downs joint hostessesat f -
in West Palm Beach. upon the bride. were Schult Apartments '
in Clewiston guestsof -
stay as The guest list included Mrs. a bridge luncheon given at the decision, Florida

Mrs. P. M. Cate, jr. and Mrs. G. Mr. Kelly. Moran, Mrs. Castonguay, Mrs. D. I Clewiston Inn Tuesday, in honorof

. :;,: B. Ramey of Pahokee were Clewis- G. Alston, Mrs. M. L. Arnold, Mrs. Mrs. Jay W. Moran, a recent

,'i :." ton visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Arthur O. Oliver spent the H. A. Bestort; Mrs. M. W. Bigg, bride. MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL :

-.I: week-end here with Mr. Oliver. Mrs. Carl E. Berner Mrs. Individual corsages of sweet peas ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

,, (.- ::, Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Mrs. J. Mrs. Oliver's headquarters have Clarence R. Bitting, Mrs. A. Bur- were at each place at the luncheon Maps Estimates '

Whitaker visitors Sunday Mrs. George Bellamy, Mrs. tables. Place cards were formedof
L. were goyne
', been transferred from Miami to JOHN H.
:! r I DOTY -
g in Fort Myers. Keathley Bowden, Mrs. S. L. Crochet a bride silhouetted in silver,

,. ::1,1. :,( Vest Palm Beach. Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mrs., C. L. with bridge tallies attached. Engineering Consultant s '

\' Mrs. Carl Berner and Mrs. Gorda Downs, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Following the delightful three- Hopkins Bldg. Clewis ton, Fla. ',Kai.

't "i', Collins were visitors in Pahokee Mrs. George Crow, Mrs. Foy Foy Durrence, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, course luncheon, several progres-
:,< ::; Durrence, Misses Renee Wethington, The
Sunday. Mrs. Bessie Elliott, Mrs. C. W. sions of bridge were enjoyed. .

\_ and June Hooker, J. D. Hooker, Fuller, Mrs. Fred Henricksen, Mrs.C. honor guest received a pair of

',' '}: .: Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg and Munselle Stone and Dick Patterson T. Hurst, Mrs. ,Anna Ha.wk: Mrs.O. costume clips in pastel shades. Mrs. Johnson's Fish

: : : ., Mrs. J. W. Castonguay spent Mon'I' attend the show in Palm Beach A. Jones, Mrs. John' Kettl, Mrs.B. W. C. Prewitt, who won high prize Camp. '; '.

r. day in West Palm Beach. Friday. J. Jaeckel, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, received a hammered aluminum (Near Hurricane Gate) ': ':
" Mrs. John Lucaa, Mrs. W. H. tray, Mrs. W. C. Owen, who had i

', := ) Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendleton Mrs., Grace Patterson and Mrs. Lanier, Mrs.' C. J. Lovvorn, Mrs. second high score, and Mrs. W. H. Clewiston, Fla. : 1

" '; have as their guests Alex Pendle- Abbie Metzgar of ,Emporia, Pennsyl- : N. Van Mumford, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Lanier, who cut prize, each received Boats and lIotorsuide Service .- :J

'. ,:, ton and his son of Gary, Indiana. vania, arrived Wednesday for a Mrs. C. A. ''Martinez, Mrs. J. Fred four afternoon spoons. Rates Reasonable "

I'. '" visit with their sister, Mrs. Tom Morrison, Mrs. Max Meluh, Mrs. C. ,Three out-of-town guests, Mrs. W. W. H. Johnson, Mgr. :

t:' Mr. and Mrs. N.' Van S. Mum- Hurst and Mr. Hurst at the E. Miner, Miss Abbie Metzgar, Mrs.Z. M. Redelshelmer, Miami, Mrs. J. .1

::':, ford were week-end visitors in Barracks.Mr. G. Meredith, ,Mrs. W. C., Owen, W. Castonguay, Oak Park, Ill and a

Miami. ,', ., Mrs. H.. .J. Oglesby, Mrs. R. Y. Mrs. M. L., Arnold, Caliente, Nevada, !

...::.' and Mrs. Hansel McDuffie; Patterson, Mrs. Grace Patterson, were each given a lace trimmed OFFICE' MACHINE SERVICE i ,'

li : Mrs. ,Jane Witeman, Mrs. Kent Gloria and Betty Jean McDuffie, Mrs. M. M. Prewlttr Mrs. W. C. handkerchief.The CO. .,.

,; Pendleton, Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mrs. Gorda Collins, Miss Hortense Prewitt, Mrs. R. D. Doyer, Mrs. F. guest list included Mrs. J. B. WILCOX ,i

: son, Howard, spent Monday in Collins and Merrell Lowe were M. Rodriguez, Mrs. W. M. Redel- Moran, Mrs. Redelsheimer, Mrs. Typewriter Repair and and Adding Service Machine ,,-:;

'-, Fort Myers. visitors Saturday in West Palm sheimer, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw. Arnold, Mrs.' Fred Henricksen, Mrs. Also Signs of All Kinds \

Beach. Mrs. O. F. Schiffli Mrs. E. L. Stewart Herman Scharnberg, Mrs. Elbert L. Box 401

;I Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Couch of Mrs. Percy Tarleton, Mrs. J. Stewart, :Mrs. Percy Tarleton, Mrs.

Grant, Florida, were in Clewistonon Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. C. F. Tippey, Mrs. E. Wi. Uellendahl, O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. H. A. Bestor,

business for several days this E. Miner, Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs. Mis. M. E. V-OTn-Wach;; Mrs. H. T. Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. R., Y. J. M. COUSECounselor

/ week. Josephine Knight and Miss Ruth Vaughn, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Willard Simpson,

Knight spent Saturday in West W. P. Vaughn, jr. and Mrs. W. P. Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, and Attorney at '1..lnT,

3 Mrs. Claude L. Downs spent the Palm Beach and Palm Beach. They Vaughn, sr. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. T. Hopkins Building

week-end in Miami. Mrs. W. M. attended "Gone With The ftind"at Vaughn, Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. Wednesdays: and Satunlay"s :

; the Paramount Theatre. RUMMY PARY HELD Otto Larsen, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, 0:30 to 4:00
Redelsheimer and daughter, Patty,
WEDNESDAY NIGHT Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. C. Pre-
returned with her for a visit.
W. M. Redelsheimer of Miami wasa witt, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. F.
Miss Lois Prince and Miss Vir- GIaa' eM Scientifically Broken Lerulett
Deane Duff, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs.R. .
visitor in Clewiston Wednesday Fitted nnd
Mrs. J. W.' Castonguay, of Oak Repaired Duplicated
evening. Mrs. Redelsheimer who ginia Lawhon entertained with a O. Couch, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs.: DR. F. D. GUDBAUIIOptometrist '
Park, Illinois, arrived Friday for
,. had planned to stay in Clewiston rummy party Wednesday night at I H. C. Kolstad: Mrs. William Bolton,
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Herman
a
for several days returned with him the home of the latter. High prize I Mrs. B. A. Bourne, and Mrs. E. E. I'hone Ins 5 Collier Arcnilc
Scharnberg. for men was 'won by Bill Martin i :Fort 31em I'lorldn
on account of the illness of their Kelly. Successor to K.' H. Oakley
who received a pair of sox, and :
r Mrs. Emma Laura Ezell, Miss son, Billy.
high for ladles by Miss Catherine I

.Ii: Hortense Collins, Joe Peeples and Comiskey whose gift was a fish-net
t : in Fort Mr. and Mrs. J. E.. Beardsley, .
Merrell Lowe spent Sunday turban.
James Beardsley, Bob Godman, Mr.
,:I" Myers, Punta Gorda and Arcadia. Sandwiches, olives, coffee and
and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mr. and
mints were served by the hostesses.The .
Mrs. R. M. Hare jr., Miss Betty
: .. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Stewart, Miss 'guests were Misses Eleanor
Spicer, Miss Mildred Durst, Miss
"
Ollie Moorman and Jack Moorman Flynn, and Catherine Comiskey,
Roberta George Ed Ward, Sandy
< attended the show in Palm Beach Brown, Jimmy Wynne,
Bell and Halsen Avant were among
Monday afternoon. those attending "Gone With The Bill Martin, Jack Kinsey.
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,". 7 Wind" in Palm Beach Saturday
SUE VON MACH CELEI HATES
Mrs. Alma Rogers, district super-
" visor, social service department night. TWELFTH BIRTHDAY THURS.

WPA was a business visitor here Mrs. William Lucaa and her
Sue Van Mach celebrated her
Monday and Tuesday. nephew, David Brown, Bill Whalenand
12th birthday with a party Thurs-
Miss Anna England visited ti: A k '+x
; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg and John day evening at the home of her I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Von
_ Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley returned -
Lucaa Thursday. Mrs. Scharnberg
. Saturday from a two weeks' trip Mach.
,: entertained the with luncheonat
group
'I I to Peoria and Chicago. Several games were played, Gloria
the Inn, the other guests being
McDuffie, Marilyn Davis and Sherwood -
Mrs. J. W. Cantonguay and Mr. that can keep
Dr. F. E. Rambo of Okechobeeand Hall winning the prizes. The collar
and Mrs. John Lucaa. Mrs. Wil-
Punch and ice pie were
Mr: and Mrs. George Rambo of cream
liam Lucaa and her guests were en
Indianapolis, were guests of friendsin served. late hours
route to Miami for a visit.
Clewiston Friday. The guests were Marianne Jones,

SPAGHETTI SUITERCOMPLIMENTS Norma Bussell, Mauryne Prewitt, F Your Aroset collar on a Hitt shirt

Mrs. Tom Hurst, Mrs. Grace BRIDE Doris Hatch, Elbert Hooker, Willie can spend a day at the office, then

Patterson and Miss Abbie Metzgarare Smith, Dick Elkins, Leonard Moore, $ keep on going into the wee small'

spending today in West Palm Mr. and Mrs. WI. C. Prewitt were I i Sherwood Hall, Betty and Gloria ;' hoar of the morning and still look

r Beach. hosts at a spaghetti supper and McDuffie, Parmelia Bourne, Iris fresh as a daisy.
1\ Pittman Barbara Broadfoot, Bobby
of
card party Monday evening, complimenting ? 'v It keeps the trim appearance a
Mrs. F. Deane Duff accompanied Mrs. Jay W Moran, who Broadfoot, Mary Carlisle, Ernest starched collar-never wrinkling, even

<, .her father, F. Edward Bryant on before her marriage last week was Oliver, Christine Redish and Mari- s" though it hasn't a drop of starch inn

' r a visit to the Fairchild estate In Miss Virginia Gallant. lyn Davis. it. And 'it will give you all the comfort -

: Miami Tuesday and Wednesday. I Bridge and Michigan were played THREE SURPRISE BIRTHDAYS of a soft collar.

" -1. following supper. Mr. Moran won CELEBRATED MONDAY EVE.R. Hitt i d made by Arrow and like the

" ,'" Mr., and Mrs. Harold McInnerney I high prize at bridge and Mr. u test of the Arrow family is Sanforized.

and Mr. and Mrs. Tim McCarthy Scharnberg high prize at Michigan. N. Smith, B. H. Cuttino andD. 0 Shrunk a new shirt free if one.
\
,",, .-. and Tim jr. of Detroit, were recent Each received a deck of cards. Mrs. M. Herbertson whose. birthdays ever shrinks. Mitoga form-fit, too. -

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Von Mach. Bigg and Mrs. Scharnberg won ,the accurred on Monday, Tuesday and
$2
low prizes, which were toilet soaps. Wednesday respectively, were givena I
:, Mrs. I. R. Deadwyler of, West Mrs. Moran was presented :with a surprise party at the R. N. Smith s

Palm Beach spent the week-end I bridge set as guest prize, and Mrs. home Monday evening. PARKINSON'S Inc. l lij

.. here with her parents, Mr. and II Castonguay received handkerchiefs: A'buffet supper was enjoyed and .
I Mrs. I. S.. Bell. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. cards were played afterwards. ij Y.

a \ I Jay W. Moran, Mr. and Mrs. Her- Those attending; were Mr. and

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and sons man Scharnberg, Mr. and Mrs. M. Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.B. -" for ARROW SHIRTS

are planning to spend tomorrow in W. Bigg, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Pre H. Cu ino, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. .... '

Fort Myers attending the Edisoncelebration witt Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer Herbertson Mrs. i
jl C. and Mrs *&$' earl = .t

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THE GIFT WIFE eO : Smiles



What Counts

"Darling if you marry me I'll
satisfy your smallest wishes."

"And what do you propose to do
.. .. By RUPERT HUGHES about the big ones?"

RUPERT HUGHES-WNU SERVICE

Asked to paraphrase the sen-

tence, "She had a singular modeof

SYNOPSISOn last, and gave his consent. Akef some other city. Salonica was a pense" said the Pasha, thinking address," a boy wrote: "Sht
Bey put all the servants of his long journey from his last definite hard, "I could not dismiss her with- wore clothes like a spinster."

board the Nord-Express, with Ostend household at Jebb's command.and memory of Cologne, and there were out providing for her future or repaying -
as his Immediate destination. Dr. David Hellwald forgot the affairs of Aus- various ways of arriving there. the-the money I received Skeptical

Jebb flve-year-od is bound Cynthia for America.Thatcher With his him temporary Is. tria to act as interpreter, while'Murison On the. third day of Gani Bey's from the Padishah as her dowry." Jailer-Visiting hours are from two

ward. On the train they meet Bill hastened to fetch the instru- convalescence servant brought to "Why not repay it?" to four.
Gaines. former classmate of David's. David New Prisoner-Stop joking. You
tell Gaines of his outstanding weaknessan ments. I his room a request that he grant an I "You surgeons speak easily of wouldn't let me .go 1.' $iting. f
overwhelming desire to drink. He feels Hellwald could not forget the lost audience to Fehmi Pasha, Miruma's amputations." IJ

the safeguard urge coming the child to him, who again Is ,returning and wantsto to child whose name he could not pro- husband. Though he could not understandthe SHE ADMITS FAILURE

America with him. During a stop. Gaines nounce, and he brought up the sub- The name' set Jebb's nerves atin- elaborate Turkish of the Pasha's yj

The leaves train the leaves train to without buy Cynthia him. Then a present.Jebb ject of the fee that Jebb should de- gle, and he stammered as he told greeting to Miruma, Jebb could see

Is painfully Injured In a minor accident. A mand. the servant to bring the Pasha up. the mingled constraint and curiosityof ,...,.
fellow passenger revives him with a drink, The upshot of it was that Hell- his manner. There ":' :;,: "
desire for liquor all the He determined to make a brave was some . :; ; .".. .; ; .
/ which makes his wald settled upon .one hundred thing of the aged bridegroom in his : I : I,
tronger. At the next stop David and Cynthia front and, taking a hasty glance
leave the train. David begins drink pounds Turkish as the fee for the at his Turkish grammar, found the cordiality as he seemed to try to 1
Ing. The next thing he is conscious of is a whether successful or ,
strange sort of chanting. He looks around, operation, phrase for "Come in, sir, and sit peer through the_ yashmak of the
.:, dazed and sick. A door opens and in walks not. He accepted Akef Bey's wprdof down." woman who had been his YesandNo I'
followed by a honor equivalent to a depositin Butch-Why in the world do
a strange Negro closely as This the Pasha and he wife for years. There was something you
delighted
dressed in flow let
veiled and
woman heavily I your wife go around bragging
.
gold.
of the faithful husband in
" ing robes. She tells him that he is in Uskub launched forth into a stream of Turk too,
that
' that her name Is Miruma. and that she is By this time he was ready with ish. The flood carried all ofJebb.'s his formal courtesy,. for Nahir Han- she made ,a man out of you?
. away
the "gift wife" of the Pasha, who has an the ether and, smiling courage into im was lying in the next room and You never hear my wife saying
:. other wife, and who Is husband in name stoic he little phrases and he could that sort of thing.
the brave of the little ,
: only to Miruma. She knows nothing of the eyes not even remember how to say that weeping weakly, a sick woman in
;" missing child. Learning that David is a sur hid them under the hood and great dismay. Alphonse-No, but I've often
;.. geon, Miruma tells him of a powerful man watched the deep breathing 'of the he did not speak Turkish. heard her say she tried her hard-
'" In Uskub Akef Bey. whose son is slowly showed his The Pasha received Minima'shomage
The Pasha disappointment est to do
dying Jebb calls to examine the youth. obedient youth till the drugged soul with a poor attempt at lofty so.
at the check, thought a while, '
had ceased to murmur.
t majesty. Then he remembered
then ventured in bad French:
You Tell Me
Then he lifted the body, limp with Jebb, and spoke of him in Turkish
CHAPTER .
IV-Continued mimic death, and carried it across "Dje pane francais oon peu. Est- with an 'evident flourish in his. Two mind-readers met after an

W'7- the hall to the room prepared for ce que moosoo le parle?" praise. Miruma, thus licensed, interval of some months. One of

;"' The Bey led them up a broad the operation. Helhvald sat outsideon And Jebb ,answered in worse: turned her eyes full upon him and them immediately exclaimed in a ,.

stairway to a large hall with a cush- the divan trying to. divert Akef "Ung poor"Proceeding the Pasha made the presentationin hearty voice:
;;: ioned divan along three sides, with Bey with conversation. As Muri-- then with much cau- his best French. "You're all right! How am I?"

: : low, carved tables, mirrors, andTurkish son went in with Jebb he looked tion yet with far more mangling of Jebb bowed, Miruma l lifted imagi- I

hangings.On back with doleful eyes at the shiver"Xou French grammar than Jebb real- nary dust and placed it on her Fearful

!;:-. ,. a low platform covered with ized, _the Pasha explained 'that he breast, her lips, and her brows. "These are hard times. "You'reooking
old
: bedding, a boy of fifteen lay writh- had heard of Jebb's great success. very seedy, pal.
.
: 4 looked Then the Pasha raised the portiereto "Yep. I tremble every time I
Jebb at
ing. saw nothing, His friend, Akef Bey, had told him
t nothing, but his patient. He took what marvels the jerrah Jebb Effendi his'wife's room and Miruma wentin pass a sparrow."

::. out the hypodermic syringe and .had wrought upon his son; and trembling' with fear and bowing -
with all the deference requiredof
( said: Gani Bey's mother had visited the
: :,' "Could I have some hot water?" Pasha's wife in her sick room to a second wife before the Bash- Pull the Trigger on
.. \ Kadin.
: .: Jebb knelt at the bedside and examined -
advise her to call him in at once; for
f' the He noted 'A little later Jebb was summoned.The ?
; glowing body. the Pasha's wife was very ill-if Lazy Bowels and Also
the right leg drawn up close. The Jebb Effendi would pardon a gentleman Pasha spoke again to Miruma, ,

Bey told, and Hellwald translated, for mentioning his wife to another evidently counseling her to talk free Pepsin-ize Stomach !
ly to the American Thenhe
the history of the. case. gentleman! She was wasting surgeon.
Jebb glanced toward Hellwald bowed himself out of the haremlik When constipation brings on acid indigestion
away and no one seemed to know leaving the wife and the bloating, dizzy spells,gas,coated
with one word: just what or where or whence her foreign tongue, sour taste, and bad breath, your
"Appendicitis." ailment was. PerhapsundoubtedlyJebb foreign doctor with their helpless stomach is probably loaded up with cer-
victim.Tortured'. tainundigested food and bowels don't
By this time someone was kneel- your
Effendi would know at a
move. So you need both Pepsin to help
ing at his side with a ewer of steaming with her own impossible
gl&nce. break up fast that rich undigested food in
water and a basin. He filled the Jebb was so relieved at the nature position, Miruma turned to Jebb your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull

chamber of the hypodermic needle I of the Pasha's visit that he con- with a halting: the trigger laxative on those also lazy contains bowels.Pepsin.Take So be.

and paused for the tablet to 'dis- sented to go 'at once., "What, please, am I to say or do, sure your Dr.Caldwell's Laxative,because its
solve. Then he looked. about for 11 Nahir Hanim was plainly suffer- Jebb Effendim Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won-
M. the first time. "If will ask her derful stomach-relief, while the Laxative t
ing a mortal illness, Jebb's eyes told you my ques- Senna bowels.Tests the
In the background hovered a } him that. tions, and tell me her answers- power moves of Pepsin your to dissolve those prove lumps of

young man in a shabby European He found her temperature high, please-hanim effendimmadame.Ask undigested protein food which may lingerin
,; costume. Jebb decided he was. a and her breathing fast and weak, her where her pain is greatest." your stomach,to cause belching,gastric
acidity,and nausea. This is how pepsin-
Scotchman. her general condition alarming. It Miruma put the question in Turk- izing your stomach helps relieve it of such
When the opiate was dissolved, was important that he should know ish of evident circumlocution. For' distress. At the same time this medicine

Jebb made ready for the injection.The v everything and have his wits about, answer Nahir's pale hand crept up wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your
bowels to relieve constipation.So
see
terrified boy fought him away him. The struggle to torture his and rested over her heart. how much better your you feel by taking the

but Jebb overcame the boy's feeble own thoughts into French; then to "Ask her how long she has been laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
resistance and thrust the needle in translate back into English what ill." that stomach discomfort, too. Even fin-
the shivering flesh. Gani Bey icky children love to taste this pleasant
the sick woman whispered was too "She say she is seeck for very, family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laxative -
r, screamed as if he had a death- baffling and irritating to be endured.He very long times. She have great fever -Senna with Syrup Pepsin at. your
wound, and the women echoed him and went back to the druggist today 1
gave up in the In the she
have finded the evil, night. morning
piercingly. Even the father closed
hall where the Pasha waited anx-
his Jebb Effendim is better, but not well; in the morn-
eyes and toppled against the His French almost too
iously. was
she eat little but later
:, wall. ing can some What We Do
let the curtainat lame to its own lameness, "
ing father. Then he express nothing at all.
in life the true
Jebb alone calm. He almost Everywhere ,
was was the door fall. but he managed to make clear his
Jebb had noted that Nahir was question is not what we gain, but
'" smiling at his success in inserting It seemed many hours, but it was need of an interpreter. The Pasha
breathing very rapidly, or rather what we do.-Carlyle.
:.: the opiate so near the center hardly the half of one-when Murison :. exclaimed: panting than breathing, for her res-
: of pain. He took under his thumb "If other wife here
lifted the curtain again for Jebb. only my were
and shal-
piration was exaggerated i
r
the boy's wrist and mechanically "
. who reappeared carrying in his arm She understands English.
low. He placed his hands at her
{ felt for his watch. It was not there.: the burden still peacefully unawareof "Your other wife!" Jebb echoed. FEHTLby
sides, squeezed the chest walls. N a-
He turned to Hellwald: its new wounds and bandages.The "Yes," said the Pasha, apologeti- hir little of pain.
,;: : "Bitte, wie viel Uhr ist's?" surgeon's face wore a look of cally, "it is my misfortune to have gave a cry helping nature build up

'..' Before Hellwald could answer, quiet triumph and Murison as he two wives, Moosoo Jebb. I will send And now with keener scrutiny he your cold-fighting resistance
descried below her l left breast
::1 Jebb heard someone, say: lifted the curtain at" the door of the for the other at once. Perhaps she a ''TF you suffer one cold
f; "Fourrrteen minutes to eleven, boy's room turned back to murmur: can repay me now in part for the slight distension of the flesh, not in right after another,
outline but faintly in perspective., here's sensational news 1
r: doctorr. "Ajayib!" which is to say., "Won- enormous expense she has put me Mrs. Elizabeth Vickery
: And a watch was placed in his derful!" to." His first gasp of delight at his discovery writes: "/ used to catch

.. palm, by a hand that lingered to The father, the mother, and the He clapped his hands. A servant was quenched in a realiza- colds Ptme's very Golden easily.Medical Dr. '''
' clasp his, as the donor spoke: sister crowded at once to the room appeared, whom he, dispatched for tion of its 'vital import., Discovery helped' to o ;

"I am glad to see a real doctorr to find their idol still alive, breath- his coachman. When this man arrived "You have finded the evil, Jebb strengthen me just splendidly. -

.<: here, doctorr. You are an Amayri- ing raucously, and beginning to mut- he was dispatched post hasteto Effendim?" said Miruma eagerly."I stamina. atexl/tT,and was,had troubled mart '

\ can, I presume. My name is Mur- ter sleepy nonsense as he came backto request Miruma Hanim to come: think so, madame, but I must very little with colds.".
ison Donald Murison. I Pres- This great medicine, formulated by a practicing
am a
the world. at once. make sure. If I only had an as- physician,helps combat colds this way:
: .,. byterian missionary, not a physi- All the afternoon Jebb ministeredto "The possession of two wives, piratory needle 1 I don't suppose I (1) It stimulates the appetite. ((2) It promotes
cian. I have done my best, but it the boy and eased his pain as moosoo," said the Pasha, ."was not could get one in Uskub." He thought flow of gastric juices.Thus you eat more;your

is not much." much as he dared. That night he my wish but my misfortune. Few hard, then he said, "This hypodermic nourishment digestion improves which i.helps your nature body build gets up greater your

-.r,;' "Had you thought an operation had a couch spread for himself on Turks except the rich and dissolute needle is large; it will have to cold-fighting resistance. P.
So successful has Dr.Pierce's Golden Med
was-indicated? have endeavored to keep more than "
the floor alongside but sleep did not do. ical Discovery been that orer 30,000,000 bottles -
:." "Ye-es, I supposed so, but I visit him, nor anyone else under one wife. The law permits us four, He darted from the room and ran have already been used. Proof of its remarkable -

couldn't trust myself to make one. that roof. For' nature, the seam- but the law does not furnish us with downstairs, followed by the astounded Medical Discovery benefits.from Get Dr. Pierce's druggist Golden today,
your
And there is no decent surrgeon stress, was stitching the wounds funds, and the prophet did not ad- Pasha. The old coffeemaker, as or write Dr.Pierce Dept.N'.100.Buffalo,N.Y.,
nearer than Salonica. I have a set with needles of pain. But by the vise it. And it were easier to keep he expected, had a vessel of boiling for generous free sample.Don't suffer unnecessarily -

of instruments, but-" hour when the few swallows of the four tigresses in a cage, Moosoo water on the coals. Without further from colds.

... "Thanks, I may need them," said early spring woke, peace fell, on the Jebb, than four wives in a house. ado, Jebb dropped the hypodermic
:[ Jebb. racked body and the frightened For Turkish women are tyrannical, needle in and stirred the charcoal. Folly of Anger

: spirit of the boy. And all the house moosoo, and very exacting."I When the instrument had boiled long Anger always begins with folly,
I ; Under the spell of the drug the hold was blessed with sleep. was content with one wife. Na- enough to suit him, he fished it out and ends with repentance.Pytha

I'. boy permitted Jebb to make a care- hir Hanim is a good woman, she and hurried upstairs again. goras. PT
.
ful examination and confirm the the- CHAPTER V has borne me many childrenwhyshould When Jebb approached Nahir

,;;:: ory suggested by the other symp- I have desired another wife? Hanim again and poised the needle

toms. He turned to Murison: When Jebb had carried the young I did not. But his Imperial Maj- over her heart, she thrust his hand Jo Relieve 'ft.

:? "Tell them the relief is only tem- Bey sufficiently past the shoals to esty, the Padishah, our benefactorand aside with feeble haste and a little -

porary. The boy is very sick, and intrust him to the care of his mother enlightened master-whom Al- wail of fright. Even Miruma was
..'f.' the pain will come back on him with he went back to the Hotel Turatito lah preserve-in! those beautiful afraid and interceded: KIS".vo.J

;. -. renewed violence. The cyst will wait until it was safe for him to days when I enjoyed his favor, felt "Please not to hurt the poor

;{. burst and flood his body with poison leave town. He was immediately graciously inclined to present me lady!1" cQUI
'
is;... and he will die, unless-unless the besieged with patients of every sort, with another. My own wife-she is (TO BE CONTINUED)

; danger is removed at once and for from the poor Serb who begged him a noble woman, moosoo, but jealous .SALVE.NOSE DROPS
I,' I all time." to prescribe for the cough of his -she threatened to destroy herselfif Truth in MirrorsIn

"By an-an operation?" sick buffalo, to the British consul I made the other woman, this medieval times mirrors were
>. "That is the one hope. It would who sent for him on his own account Minima my real wife. I went made in dark colors because glass SHOPPING. eThe best place
:: be murder to neglect it. I should through the ceremony, but only the could not be made water-clear and to start tour your is shop-in

be a criminal unless I urged it." Meanwhile Hellwald had receiveda ceremony. Miruma Hanim is beau- for centuries all people knew about Tour your ping favorite easy-

,{ With much circumlocution Muri telegram from the Austrian Con- tiful, I am told, but I have never their own beauty or ugliness as to chair,with an open
;": son broached the subject to the par- sulate at Salonica saying that the seen her without her veil." skin coloring was what their friends " newspaper. a-

" ents and they were affrighted at the police had heard nothing of the lost "If you should grant your second ''told them. Now colored glass mir- Make a habit of reading the advertise-
thought. Jebb explained it to Hell- child. wife a release she would no longerbe rors are returning to popularity in ments in this paper every week. Theycan
wald and he joined forces with Mur- And now Jebb began to wonder if an-an expense to you." shades of peach and gold for their save you hmo, energy and money.

ison. Akef Bey was converted at he might not have lost the child in "The release is itself a great ex- value in decoration-and flattery! I




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:',.r. i i U.t /IS GOVERNMENT Ri\es force to OUR COMIC SECTION The excited man mounted the '

.i <-* public opinion, it is esttilialthat platform and began his speech.
, 3 public opinion be. enlightened; The chairman made repeated efforts -
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asked the chairman. '
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!tj practical education of the people in :: is holding its general meeting on '
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1 Fear Civilization 0 .,
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I IF I WADNT HAD THE Jlt -WE'D HAVERUN. -he smokes slow-burning Camels.
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PAGE TEN! THE CLEWISTON 'NEWS FRIDAY PfiBRUAllY 9, 1010!

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Merchants The score ended 50-27 In favorof ed that the government dredge
Bowling Teams All See Martin ..............122 167 the West Coast team. "Welatka" which has been on this
Schroeder ..........117 101 The Tigerettes fought gamely work for about a year will continueand
Kelly ................165 189 113Wilcox through their game but were no possibly other engineer dredges
Action In First Week ...........164 117 match for the Boca Grande girls, will be brought In to assist her in "
George' ..............168 115 finally losing by a score of 23-8. taking over the Arundel contract.
Logan .............. 145 132 Their line-up was Hollingsworth, The Welatka was placed in dry
Markette .......... 177 150 Robbins and Leiter, forwards; Mc- dock this week for some very necessary -
MOORE HAVEN1 TEAM o morning but in the matches Mon- Total...........736 743 663 Duffie, Haven and Marsh, guards. repair work but is not ex-
TAKTS EARLY' LEAD day night M. E. Von Mach, had the RoyalF. Von Mach and Lang started at pected to be down for any great
WITH: THREE WINS forward for the boys,. Brantley at length of time.
individual for single
a
highest score Holn'worth 126 '.142 167
center and Redish and Waters at
game and for a total of three Driggers .......:..153 177 112 ---- ....
The opening of the 'bowling tour- games. J. M. Couse of Moore Haven Royal ................108 113 guard. Frith for' subbed for Lang and
nament at the A. and B. Alleys was only two pins behind for the Stallions .........136 133 136 Cantrell Redish. ,
:Monday night found every team I high total. The Merchants, with McLaughlin .... 89 97 GtN -
present for the opening encounterand 2142 pins had the high total for J. Holn'worth 154 168 Local Teams Lose

more than a hundred spectators the evening and the Moore Havc'Dteam Total ............612 719 680 I I Ot\\\\
present to cheer for their favorite was second with 2042. Two Close GamesJust S uc
results of the ago
team. The tourna-
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On the coming Monday night the
ment appear to be all that had been Merchants will meet the Clewiston Cato Injured- \\\ ,-,
hoped for and interest has been Realty and the USSC the Chamberof before going to press it is ,\0 .
high, particularly among the mem- Commerce on the local alleys and (Continued from page one) learned that the Boca Grande high .
bers of the various teams. team will travel to Moore school basketball teams took two
the Royal
The Moore Haven in the pistol apparently being dischargedthree
entry Haven to meet that team on their close games from the local teams
league made a clean sweep of the I times during the struggle. tonight, the girls' game going almost -
home alleys;
three game match with the Com- Suddenly, Cato said, the negro into an overtime period witha
missary Warehouse team Monday Standings of the teams at the jumped up and started running and Boca Grande forward tossing in -n :
close of the first week of play are he went in the opposite directionto .
night to start the tourney at the a field goal just before the final
top of the ladder. The Merchantstook as follows: look for help not knowing that I whistle for a final score of 17-15. i-
two out of three from Royal, Team W L Pet the negro was even shot. He founda The boys' game was a free scoring -
Moore Haven ..............3 0. 1.000 negro to send for the zone fore-
the High School two out of three affair with the visitors winning
from the USSC office force and the Merchants ....................4 2 .667 man and the man told him that 6144.In .
........4 2 .667. in the ditch
Clewiston Realty two out of three Clewiston Realty Williams was lying over the girls' game Hooker, Clew-
from the Chamber of Commerce. High School .....__.........3 3 .500 dead. The negro had run ,nearlya iston forward was high scorer with f?
Four of the teams had a second Royal ..................-.1 2 ..333C. hundred yards' before falling. One ten points and Leroy of Boca
of C..1 2 .333 bullet had struck him in the chest.
match on Thursday night with the Grande was second. with nine. The
Clewiston Realty defeating the USSC ...................... .....1 .2 .333 Sheriff H. L. DeLaney was sum- other forwards on the local team
High School two out of three and Commissary ..................1 5 .167 moned from LaBelle and was, at were Robbins and Von Mach and
the Merchants taking two out of Scores of the opening matchesare the camp before eight o'clock. He Leiter, Haven and Marsh were the
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three from the Commissary. as follows: said that his Investigation Indicated guards.B. ....
Captains of the various teams, Mooro Haven that the story told by :Cato was Parketon was the scoring ace I .....-

chosen by the members ofthe Settle ...............148' 165 148 substantially correct for there was of the boys' game with 19 points
teams, balloted the first of the Farnam ............115 119 every evidence of the struggle in and his teammate Downing was .FORD TRACTORWITH
week on officers for the league and Couse ................157 177 155 front of the house, of the negro's second with eighteen. Redish, Clew-
elected M. E. Von ,Mach president.Ed Bowden ............176 154 106 attempted flight before he fell and iston guard, was high for the locals

Markette, secretary and E. E. Hardy.............. 91 141 the dazed wandering of the fore- with fifteen and Brantley was :next ;.. .: ..
Kelly treasurer. Vorhees ............ 110 man.A. with 14. Von 'Mach scored ten "{;OJ'"#
Scores of the Thursday night Flanders ,_......... 80 coroner's jury was empannelledby points at forward. Waters was the Ferguson System
matches were not available this Total ...........687 686 669 Coroner G. Small and after in- other starting guard and Lang was
vestigating the case returned a the second starting forward. Frith
O Think of attaching or detaching -
Commissary Warehouse verdict as follows: That the negro Subbed for Lang. unit implements,

Kolstad ............156 112 140 Jessie Williams, came to his death including the row cultivator
Oliver .............. .83 102 107 from a .32 pistol shot in his left Arundel Corporation in less than a minute 1 Thinkof
Boone ..............108 145 105 chest, said' wound being inflicted plowing easily and quicklyin
Hager ..............115 147 178 by himself in a struggle over said tight places,close to fences I
Quits Levee ContractThe Think of being able to plow
Good FarmLand Waters ............ 69 95 pistol.In "wide
28 with a tractor so lightit
Bass .................. 100 view of the many negro work- practically does away with
Total ............531 606 625 men on the plantations of the sugar Arundel Corporation, con- soil packing. With its finger- ,}
corporation this is one of the very tractors for the strengthening of a tip control of hydraulically "
Sugar Corporation Office few times that any serious trouble section of Lake Okeechobee leveeon controlled wheel-less imple-
Schiffli ............129 121 108 has occured. Cato said that the the East shore of the lake, an- ments the new Ford tractoris
Bestor ..............101 121 112 negro was one of his most trusted nounced yesterday that it would amazingly easy to operate.'
Rent
tor
Shelley ............101 86 138 workmen and he had no explana- take advantage of a contract clause In depth plowing(it is you automatically set jour plow

Von Mach .......:199 116 176 tion to offer of his actions this which permits the contractor to maintained), lower your
Crochet ............ 97 127 165 morning. terminate the work before a periodof plows by the finger-tip con-
Total ...........628 571 699 Serving on the coroner's jury four months has expired. Workon trol,raise them the same'way
were: G. E. Etherton, foreman, the contract has been underway at the end of the furrow.
High School Charles Christian, I. S. Bell, R. C. You won't believe the
three months and It is understoodthat
Waters ............134 125 130 things this new'Ford tractorcan
Nowling, Ned Hager and CharlesN.
Stone ........".......118 140 120 the company will 'withdraw do-until jcu see it
TrespassersWill Vaughn ............168 110 147 Williams. equipment immediately. woiking. Come on in today.
Von Mach .........119 110 147 Col. Lewis H. Watkins, district We'll show you something f.WnE

Be Tarleton ..........113 137 111 Boca Grande Takes engineer, in Jacksonville, told news-

Total ............652 622 655 men that the company had reported -
ProsecutedClewiston Two Games FridayThe ususual difficulties and it

Chamber of Commerce was stated that the termination

Oliver ............,...151 136 136 Boca Grande basketball clause was put in the- contract be-
Parkinson ........ 65 teams were a little too formidablefor cause it had been admitted by
-" Weaver ............126 126 165 the Tigers and Tigerettes on engineers that unusual hazards ps. F IYF7 / 1dMSYSTEM

: Lanier ..............111 125 106 their home, court last Friday: night might be encountered.The .
Ward ................144 136 174 but the Clewiston boys handed thema new work consists of dredg-
Lawrence .......:.. 117 120 scare by taking a commandinglead ing from a shelf of rock and
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Total ............597 640 701 In the first quarter which was pumping this, rock by hydraulic .......',- !N'
; Realty And not relinquished until near ,.the end dredges to the top of the levee Ford Motor Co. j
f I Clewiston Realty of the third quarter.J. making the existing levee somewhat
Bell ..................123 142 143 B. Brantley center and
high higher and much wider at the base.
.: DevelopmentCorporation Knight ......__.....109 114 scorer for the Clewiston team, was The dredges ,have been compelledto Hendry County Motors

Wilson' ..............122 143 133 injured just before the game whenhe work at all times behind a
Small ..............117 187 1.105Owen ran into a goal post and cut dynamite drill barge which hampered Clowiston, Florida
.---__...........168 171 his eye. The cut was patched up operations.
!rt Swayne ............ 92 141 and he played .the entire game, No local engineer officials couldbe
Total......... I
639
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